Mary T Ayegbusi
Love Once Unkept - Poem by Mary T Ayegbusi
We were out trying to find love
Brink of realizing
There was a lot within us individually.
Trapped in our souls
Perfecting our differences
Solutions seamed to manifest
But that took time.
Disappearing like the vapor on a cold, brisk morning.
Explanations so cliché.
I Stopped asking.
Progress of his mischievousness like a dead fetus in its mother’s womb.
Focused on distractions in a world of unreached fantasies.
Make the love last like the golden needles on an ever green tree.
Dream that Never became reality.
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