Adeosun Olamide


Mia And Her Dreams - Poem by Adeosun Olamide

Mia and her dreams
Always come a pass
She saw mother on a scaffold
For murder of father
Lovely man father was
Only before liquor acquaintance
He put sweet memories in wife
Then scars put on mother
He loved wife not mother
And was Mia who transition forth
He made both always gloominess
Mia had a dream
She saw mother on scaffold
For murder of father
Mia was tender
Only a little than nine
Mia killed her father
Put a potion in his food
Mia did
To save mother from gallows
But Mia and her dreams
Always come a pass
Mia poignant mother
As witness deed
Quickly slipped to Mia
And gave long slumber
She then claim crime
Child did
Mia and her dreams
Always come a pass
Her mother is on scaffold
For the murder of her father
And Mia
Is in a dream, trying to wake

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 3, 2015



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