Your Turn Like My Turn Poem by Michael Eziudo

Your Turn Like My Turn

I have reached it at last
There where my eyes had longed for for ages past
Where my prayers had pointed and heart mounted
This height the great sky where great eagles' soars are unlimited

I saw it coming and in tears was waiting
Often my patience failed me I kept wailing
I could have lost hold couldn't have stood all strong
But determination not even discipline kept me going
And self rekindled hope was the milk and honey I kept sucking
Alas! I laugh smiling

Today is yesterday gone and tomorrow coming
I have seen that waiting pays
I didn't deny my maker no never could cry of his non-existence
I won't affeign him the pains others brought on themselves
Circumstance of which we fell victim
He heeds a well channeled call in time for its time
His glory is shown only to him who waits

Now I am in my turn
And my prime shines on
Await yours for it comes soon
Don't throw in the towel
For even there where it would fall
It won't get any cleaner than it was
But the was is on the process of cleansing
Square one to zero isn't any perfect a slide
If it got to me on this side
Behold the tentacle is still on the spread

Thursday, August 17, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: life
Michael Eziudo

Michael Eziudo

Benin City, Nigeria
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