Idowu G. Adeshola
Everyday Life - Poem by Idowu G. Adeshola
Everyday I wake up from my bed in the morning,
Listening to the sound of the day in different form.
Different thought runs through my head,
Above my eye is the white plate, covering the roof storm
With a strange design which goes in circle without an end.
Does life have an end? What happen on the other side?
This and many more of this song is on repeat-play in my head
With fear of tomorrow, the journey tease in pain-beside
Although we live to laugh and life continue to reign and spread
But we laugh at each other sorrow.
The law of karma many said rules the world.
If the world goes in circle like the roof above my head without an arrow
Or looks like the moon and sun above the earth.
I have seen the flame fainted into the air,
And the rain sinking into the ground like a dream without an end.
Everyday numbers of people died;
Everyday day numbers of babies were born.
What you have today?
There! someone else is asking for it,
The journey through love and hate.
Without many answers to life itself, but God.
We continue to grow in fear of the others,
Those with the guns to kill without mercies
But when we kill ourself self; Then what is death itself?
I know there is someone Who see us all,
Many said he is God of gods,
Some people don't recognise him.
He is the creator, A MERCIFUL GOD
Maybe is the answer to everything?
He is the day and night,
The sand, sun, grass, tress, moon and waters?
I know he is my God.
And he will always there for me. #Omnipresence
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