Raheem Lyttle Cephas Kiyaga

Rookie - 0 Points (22/10/1991 / Kampala, Uganda)

Voyage - Poem by Raheem Lyttle Cephas Kiyaga

As you in the genesis of mauvering,
The blue skies turn dark,
All comes to mind is rain,
With a novel wind from nowhere,
And waves wandering to your side,
Washing in and out you canoe,
Filling with water,
Water everywhere but
Not a dropp to drink!
Victoria would turn the sahara
Into a flourishing glassland.
Canoe anchored at sunset,
Till a new sun rises,
Cold night, and everyone freezing,
Prayers made, to yonder the tulmuous night,
Expectation of angels is null,
To take us away forward,
What a waste of water!
Not a dropp to cleanse eyes,
And thornhyacinth where we anchored.
Leaning on the rail yearning,
As the boat now heading towards a horizon,
Where the sky is light,
Seeming to hold out a vague
Promise of sunshine,
Rainbow curved in the sky,
Dark clouds fading slowly into the blues,
And the waves drowns into victoria.


Poet's Notes about The Poem

When you read this poem, its voyage it'self and when you interprete, there is much more behind it.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 16, 2012



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