Mosi Mustapha Gomina
Whisper Your Sorrows - Poem by Mosi Mustapha Gomina
Whisper your sorrows, you wailing rains;
Why you fall upon the Earth as grains;
Sit before my eyes and say it all;
For your tears reach me; I heed your call.
From the tall Heavens, you always flee;
You kiss the Earth and cover the sea;
Our world is trembling under your tears;
Please speak to me; put to test, my ears.
Lest we earthlings drown from your distress..
Else, we'll be torn from existence's chest;
So, whisper your tales, you wailing rains;
Why you fall upon the Earth as grains.
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