Adeosun Olamide


The Couples Last Night - Poem by Adeosun Olamide

Flashing thro memories
His eyes a waterfall
In end will be a corpse
Hanging in glimpse his ever
How could he sleep
When know it’s her last?
And there, she hangs on the veil
Of wanting be alone
How could he heed, that last request
And drift from her side?
His eyes yet a waterfall
In dark - drowning pillows-
Dripping lips his
That once was hers
How could he drink’
When know it’s her last
And there, she hangs on the veil
Of wanting alone
How could he heed, that last request
That he stays from while die?
Just a year were at wed,
Gleefully- held hands-
And just a year-
She lay in bed,
Eyes blinking red
Waiting for death
How could he let go now
-When now she needed most?
His promise rings in her brain
That he’ll by her side beyond end
And she believe truly- he’ll die too
To be her companion ever
But he choose belief over her
And there, she hangs on the veil
Of wanting alone
He could heed this request
But not former
Flashing thro memories
Her eyes a waterfall
In end will be a corpse
Hanging in glimpse his ever

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 4, 2015


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