Where Are You - Poem by sam elere
The harmattan will soon be here
And your absence brings fear,
Fury will soon descend Mopa mountains
And I crave for refuge in your fountain-
Where are you?
To douse the tension
That so threaten my passion.
Lips will soon begin to crack
And I long for the cream of your kiss,
Bodies will soon begin to shiver
And I need the warmth of your embrace-
Where is your love?
To fill the echoing emptiness
Of my trembling soul.
Where are you Aina
To check this leaping desire
That refuses to retire?
Where is your love
To stop the fear of nature’s angst?
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