Leonard Akwo


Will You Walk Away - Poem by Leonard Akwo

In my hardest strait
when no road never seem straight
when fixed between and betwixt
when fate cruel hands turns me in twist
when leaning shoulders slant
when i'm left to groan amd pant
will you walk away?


When this limelight goes bleak
when confidant in bit sneak
when by the scary hands of fate
effaced, i seem to fade
when for aid from embers i glowed
i'm despised, crushed and placed low
will you walk away?


Amidst this hazy vision
ahead lies a heavy mission
though fate drags my pace
it will never kill my race
this obscure fog shall sure roll
on clear grounds shall i score my goal
we shall felicitate, if you don't walk away


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 16, 2013

Poem Edited: Tuesday, July 30, 2013


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