john chizoba vincent
Tomorrow' Eyes - Poem by john chizoba vincent
Tomorrow' e'es sees hope and g'dness
Along the dusty paths of Nkporoland,
Distance staring of the road, tells how
Perfect that city shall be soon when we return,
Faraway eyes sees the beam that holds
Homes together from breaking it cords and love.
Tomorrow' eyes sees a hand against wickedness,
The hand that hearken over you against harm.
Tomorrow' eyes sees a brighter future of a child,
A dream of a kid coming to reality at noon.
Tomorrow means no hallow of hope,
We could stand with tomorrow's eyes and be free.
Tomorrow' eyes harbour hope and love
Which a toddler sees with smiles,
It is the gift of God unknown to man
What it brings forth to his mouth.
Tomorrow is heavy with a child
Seeing tomorrow in tomorrow screen you
From the summer sun and heat.
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