john chizoba vincent

Gold Star - 14,508 Points (18 may 1990 / Aba, Abia stae)

If You Have To Go - Poem by john chizoba vincent

IF YOU HAVE TO GO
Let the clock go anti clockwise
So that You Could remember
What we had together which is
So hard to erease from the surface
Of the earth and the planet of love,
Death is never the end of life but its
Beginning when we meet at paradise of love
Our Hearts, a bed of roses which wither not
If you have to go, remember our children
Those dancers of children with golden legs
Which recreate hope and shone brightly to
Erease those black momeries we once had
Madness of the heart could be our friend
But the earlier horn of the morning glory
Could rekindled the bitterness of the soiled heart.
foist in the amalgadom of sorrow my soul sing
Sorrowfully for a world which is about to be
Broken apart in an unpalatable Lips.........
'Kaiyibilinudo'
Was once my mother's words to my father
'Nkeiruka' my father once Replied in tears
But you have a heart of stone never allow peace
I prayed thee a once loving husband but
A glamour Of hatred clouded your mortal heart
Ugomsinachi, should I pull down the sky to
Show you how much my heart beat amibly?

Topic(s) of this poem: lost

Form: Allegory


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 10, 2015



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