George Egba

Morning At The Miles - Poem by George Egba

The biding for the marriage
The man without the wedding carriage
The bridegroom the beholder
Deserve more than a blind folder
The ancient trademark and lamp tern oil
The pure in spirit and ready vineyard
Keeping awake and keeping oil
For the coming of the lamb
The gate and the snoring gate man
The lord of the gate a great man
The snitch
To the enemy's camp switch
The capital gives three bags of capital
Too heavy and hung his appetite
The crown tree among the three
The savour and the save
The carpenters working all night
The ghost men and rolling stone
keep a silent night of flying doves

Topic(s) of this poem: life and death

Form: Allegory

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 2, 2015

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