Chime Justice Ndubuisi
My Woman Iv - Poem by Chime Justice Ndubuisi
I have tried to imagine
A car without the engine.
I have tried to imagine life without you,
I'm sure it has not been given birth to!
It'll be like a day without the sun,
Like a night without the moon,
Like a country recovering from war,
Like a house without a door.
It'll be like a door without a key,
Like a sheep that lost its way.
How can a bird fly without its wings?
Can one play a harp without its strings?
You are my wing and my string.
You make my heart sing song.
I could spend half my life
And conquer all the strife in life.
I could easily walk down the depth of Abyss,
Defy the gatekeepers and break the heart of Hades;
I could win you that race
Just to sit and watch your pretty face;
Because only you knows
As far as the world goes
How to make my lips smile,
A good reason why I should gulp down the Nile.
You are my heartbeat,
My destiny; the reason I breathe.
No day is good without your presence,
Without you, I'm a man without any sense,
Like a soldier without his gun,
Like a day that is fast gone!
Nothing on earth feels good as your arm,
Nowhere is as safe as your bosom!
You give me reason to wake up
Every morning, and you take me to the top.
I can't wait for the day or the season
I'd not have to live without you again!
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