When You Say Your Goodbyes Poem by Emmanuel Joseph Olumakiss

When You Say Your Goodbyes

Among all I've preserved
It exceed an ornament
It's rumoured the town
I've got no business living with regret

Period life was fair
We never worry for daily bread
Bearing you in my hands
Not letting your toes toe the watery ground

You would always feel safe
Staying in my arm
Asking the day not to break
In God due time we felt we'd be blessed
When you say your goodbyes
Let it be genuine so lies won't spoil the vibes

Hope you will choose being kind
To the one you've known how he was raised
Knowing how we barely survive those years
Not living like the hopeless

In my watch we chose to be alive
We were people's strength
Many that haven't seen war but chose demise
Isn't something one feel uneasy to forget

Triumph on a rebirth
Not a mere condolence
Living without you to me air is irrelevant
When you say your goodbyes
It is not wise if we act like we're fools
It is a wrong device the step you chose
That that deprived us living.

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