Ologunde Joshua Abiodun
The Lonely Maid - Poem by Ologunde Joshua Abiodun
The air that blows
Hurts the sounds to the leaves
Hearing to embrace the unknown spirit
Down the forest, still; it blows
Through the work I move
No friend, none to friend
Walking around without a smile
The birds sings to my imagination
With my lips so dry glue
Working all day long I do
Without a friend or amuse expression
None to laugh at; but someone to laugh
In the morrow; will find a friend?
This! the wind tickled to my ears
Do the wind knows my thoughts?
The 'Lagoon Front' looks cool and friendly
With my head up the sky
Hmmm! Can this be how servant(s) live?
Could it be TRUE?
That life teaches blood this way?
Oh No! Every child;
No matter their status deserves to be loved like normal humans
And be treated like princes and princesses even out' home
'Maids' are also humans and not to be dehumanized
Life can be ironic sometimes
Every Child needs happiness
A candle loses nothing by lightning another candle
Love! ! ! without discrimination or segregation.
We are AFRICANS and together we're the WORLD.
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