john chizoba vincent
Weep Not Child - Poem by john chizoba vincent
WEEP NOT CHILD
Weep not child of my battered life
Ugochinyere is here to weep away
Those Uncalled tears of your life
I have boldly written your names
On the mighty rock in the mountain
The rain and dust dare not erase it
The four walls of my heart are witnesses
Weep not son of the eagle's precious eyes
Born in the house of symbols
Here Once lies the sweat of my labour
When the tears torn me apart like a hungry lion
I trained my vein never to give up in you
And he did not let the Tears show
I have set the sun before you son in the noon
You shall dine for peace and they shall watered
Your life with joy and grace your personality
That is what I have set forth before you.
Weep not child of Ugochinyere.
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