Never And Forever - Poem by EZEKIEL MAU
Bless the day I set my soul's window On thou my fair one.
Never to forget like a movie I saw twenty one times:
Every pixel of every clip of every scene of the first day I met you, I lay on.
You left me with imaginations this poet cannot for a year phantom.
I remember me being a child again.
I remember smiling as though a fool all night, loosing hold on time to while away
I remained yet restless, like a ping pong played by a team of sixteen
But a sight of you would numb my world
And cause every thought to be still
I have walked the mile with you
Yet with thee I stand on this aisle of forever
Seeking to gain entrance into the school that age itself cannot define its medal,
Will you hold my bond with thee sacred, as I do thine?
Will you never wish you never walked this road with I?
The highest has promised to make us fruitful as the cedars of Lebanon
And that if we do not dethrone him
We should meet more oases before we cross the deserts
That the fair weathered may count it blessed
(Now hear the poet's conclusion of this,
Never did they know his ears stole on their conversation) :
'Tell it far and tell it everywhere,
Tell it across the seas that the lame may have legs
Romeo and Juliet is but a tale
Bina and chelsea has reality stained
Never to part, forever so bound
(A poem dedicated to Mr and Mrs Binamiebi Anthony Omemu)
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