john chizoba vincent
Dear Choi - Poem by john chizoba vincent
Look behind the bank of the ocean,
Don't you place the blame on me
I guess we are who we are in life.
I won't denounce your declaration,
I was seeking for love when I found you,
You kicking me out from your life
Will mean my death before the rain.
Headlight shinning in the dark I drive on
Loosen the connection of my heart and
You could found wire bearing your name.
We are here for a reason and reason not the cause,
If the truth can not make me whole or even if
I got a song to sing my children we carry me home.
Have it in mind that life is too short to be alone.
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