The Shades Of Life - Poem by Joseph Sakyiamah
The shade that fades-out,
Draws away the light of coolness;
It faints but it hurts the germination of the beautiful seed
Which turns out to become the perfect pictures of flowers
On the big screen of an individual life race.
The race, rails with stains but surely at the end, it polishes
The Gold out of the mud.
Frequently, it tells the novels of the histories and legacies passed on,
By different personalities across various or numerous platforms.
The painter always dreams of painting to perfection and the imperfection
Of the building does not stop the builder from going on with his or her site plan…
Hard work calls for breaking bones, but when the shades of God covers you,
Obstacles which are stuck sinks and one becomes as safe as water in a bottle covered up;
A speech of thinking….
Shape your life well to be under the shades of God.
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