Abby Sze

He - Poem by Abby Sze

I met you when I'm five
Your blacky shiny got my eyes
Out of the crowd I picked you up
Wondering which island you are from

I met you again when I'm ten
On the wall your picture with wooden frame
Fulfilled the corridor with a sense
Of 'I know you before' smell

Out of coincidence I read your life
How you walked on ocean and turned water to wine
My heart got heavy strike
By fierce thunder
And pulled by anchor towards

But my feet then got away
As life slapped my face
With the shame and disgrace
I wrote a sad 'Atheist'
my goodbye poem dedicated

Then chaos keep bombing my brain
And Jacky is no longer with me
But then you come around me again
You lend a mouth to remind your love
Melted my shield and rigid defence

Out of belief in this world
Western eastern or southern ways
But only in you can I find
A simple trust towards
A pure content and belonging
A primitive understanding
Not elsewhere but only your place

Topic(s) of this poem: life

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 4, 2015

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