Adeosun Olamide

On The Passing Of A “beloved” - Poem by Adeosun Olamide

Today, I am reminded again
Of your passing- that shall come
And as evoke how shall- when told
My heart does cry in its beat

I rehearse the silence I will give
And on the face I would wear
Then- there’d be no more tears
For- all already is shed in this dark

I wonder now- what I shall do-
If shall let you lone in the pit?
Or if shall break leg-
As jump in there with you?

I rehearse it all- before then
How- I’d be pulled back
And the distance- that shall save leg
How I’ll be restrained as all shew compassion

As see- My heart does cry in its beat
That it may be long from now-
But I bother still- who’d replace you
And search who’d bring to dis-remembrance

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 31, 2015

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