Final Rest - Poem by Ugoh Ifeanyi
Wonder i in oblivon,
The magical cast far away;
Dreams of unimaginable throne
Swept my thought astray.
Gazing at the wonder sky
Felt bored of this earthly lie.
Covered in mystical cyst,
Do we dine in forever
Ignorant of the noxious beast,
Alas, will he come with laser lit.
Loud will the tooting of the horns be
Roaring, rolling and rumbling of the thunder,
Mightless will our languid soul be
Bedlam of joy and sadness all over.
In pains, grief and sober
My eyes dead in slumber
whinneys of the golden horses
Eternal rest in the arms of morpheus.
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