Korede Abiodun


Every Cloud Tells A Tale - Poem by Korede Abiodun

Every cloud has a tale to tell
The church bell
The death of the Priest
The hour glass
The lost of another day
The distorted child
The typical father
The inverted Cross
And the Whos who poisoned my apple
And all the babies food
The dead dog
The hit and run driver
The mother and the child;
White roses
The sad cat by the trash
The cold Furnace,
Fire and The Flame.
The Trium and the damage to my belief
My grief and shame
The grasses, flowers and weeds
The Farmer's chemical spray.
O Mother!
Mother's initial
And the hollow I feel inside
The snail and its shell
Slugs and leech
And the Lovers
The You and Me
How slowly we drift
Afar.


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 1, 2012


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