Poet Akinwemimo Idris

You Hurt Me - Poem by Poet Akinwemimo Idris


The each letters,
Making your name,
On themselves,
My memories.

Seeing you daily,
Is a symptom,
Of incurable malady.

The distance paced,
Away from me,
Also but the cause,
Of this pened poem.

Baby, You hurt me,
I am bewildered!

Or am I a fool,
For gotten pulled,
By your beauty,
And internal values?

Or am I also wrong,
For accepting jinx,
To turn me thus:
A crippled vale?

Why must you,
Hide the feelings!
And why must I,
Unleash mine?

Baby... I am hurt,
O am bewildered.

Tell me I plead,
If there is light,
Beneath cloudy night.
Or if is better still,
Being blind forever.

9: 24 A.M
Kwara State.

Topic(s) of this poem: love

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 24, 2014

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