Jcson Jenuis

Freshman - 775 Points (Accra-Ghana)

Zoē - Poem by Jcson Jenuis

Close your eyes let draw smile,
Life is now tasting a bitter bile,
A piled up of our trouble we left by,
A train journey we will take for a while,
Hear the sounds of our pain drumming over night,
A sweat on our hard palm in fight,
Where our toil we brewed kept us drunk,
And the salt in our sweats drying blank,
Whiles joy took a waiting stroll with Anokye,
Where his returns we pray amidst,
As pain obscure our joy like eclipse,
In await hope will call faith to submit,
The trolls of pain in our eyes to reminisce,
With time, joy will visit us with gifts.

Topic(s) of this poem: life

Form: Imagery

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 25, 2018

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