My Heart - Poem by Sayeed Abubakar
My heart doesn't let me sleep whole night
shouting loudly like an ass.
When I close my eyes,
he hurts by throwing his legs.
If I forbid to stop,
he pursues me like a leopard.
I ask, 'What happens to you? '
He says, 'I won't tell you.'
'Let me sleep then', I say.
He says, 'I won't let you sleep.'
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