Poetezz Nana Ama


Never I Believed - Poem by Poetezz Nana Ama

Never I believed
A time coming
Now come
With my sunshine darkened.

Never I believed
Or imagined
A dark day ahead.

A day of sorrow
A day of pain
A day tears are uncountable
And sadness inevitable.

Never I believed!
Never I believed! !
Never I believed! ! !
The doom and the affliction
The heartbreak and the anxiety.

Never I believed
The icy hands of death
My father would they grip
And drag along the way.

A sojourner! A sojourner! !
A sojourner treading a lonely path
Struggling his way into happiness
Encountered with a deficiency.
No way of escape
No mercy, No grace
No help for a dying soul
Just a hand so dreadful and horrid.

Never I believed!
The agony of death
Never I believed! !
Fatherless I would be
Never I believed! ! !
So close to my doorstep
eternity would crouch.

My spine chilly
My eyes teary
My soul shabby
My countenance gloomy
Never I believed!

Topic(s) of this poem: father

Form: Dirge


Poet's Notes about The Poem

The poem is about my father, whom I lost months ago

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 19, 2015



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