Ajala Samuel Akindele
Digging - Poem by Ajala Samuel Akindele
Digging! Digging! ! Digging! ! !
The ground is too hard to
accept what I am founding.
Rocky like Zuma not spacious hitherto.
I will dig the dag, dag the dog
With sophisticated weapons,
that will till the ground open
without having the cause to bang.
The sound in the ground is
bond to degenerate into a boulevard of misery.
All place quiet like dead sea,
Underneath moaning, wallowing and groaning.
I refuse to cross the bar
I won't go to the bar beach
Incognito of your inertia
We kick the bucket together high.
Our Love is stronger than Romeo and Juliet,
We will shine than the sun set.
Everywhere you go I follow you,
We are bond to die together.
Peradventure you go before your beloved,
Within a twinkle of an eye, I join you.
Dig the ground with the dagger
Oh ye killer! We're ready to embark on the Journey together.
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