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Mirage - Poem by angel dzidula komla gbedemah
See that which sparkles;
Glowing majestically from afar;
Attracting my eyes;
It appears irresistible;
I think I like it.
I observe cautiously,
So I venture not that which I deserve not.
I sense happiness,
I smell comfort,
I believe those that possess,
These glorious pebbles are always joyous
I think I deserve it,
Must I voyage for it?
My luggage I pack,
Preparing for a journey,
To obtain that which is invaluable,
That which sparkles from afar;
That which brings joy on its possessors;
Hmmm... A tiresome journey,
The glow diminishes as I get closer.
I persevere to possess it,
Yet the nearer I get the farther it moves.
But it looks real!
Or am I been deceived?
OH! No, I must get it.
Endeavoring to be joyous;
Ah! Ah! Hmmm...
It is actually a mirage.
It exists not.
Love just looks real from afar,
But the closer I got,
The farther it flew.
WRITTEN BY: ANGEL DZIDULA-KOMLA
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