john chizoba vincent

Gold Star - 15,719 Points (18 may 1990 / Aba, Abia stae)

So Many Tears - Poem by john chizoba vincent


Whose throat is honey to the ear if not you?
Who savour the flavour and aroma of words
If not a beautiful and special young lady
Like the roses of the forest of Nkporo?
Your hands disseminate delight from the
Noisy face of the drums of Nkporo land

So many tears came to my eyes when
You betrayed my love for you in the eve of the day
We strive for the whole truth but mountain
Melted away for the jilted feelings in one
My love wept, my man man the man of my life
I could see the ball rolling and the air duck
Its noise that calamity has befallen me

So many songs were let go on that day
When pains of your departure was inevitable
The shadow of my sorrow beams with smile
That smile invisible to the on lookers
So many tears through the renowned hope but
My unsung reputation in your life was the
Abomination of the day

The earth could have see the craving pity
That my heart encountered that its spinned for help
My soul is littered by the forbidden fashioned lies
Of a maiden whose insight of love was
Always the sound of an unknown tone
Not in my season of song, I could have counted
The peacock and snake in your heart with evil.

Topic(s) of this poem: love, love and art

Form: Allegory

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