Wilson Tinotenda Waison Poems

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1.
Let Him Go

Let him go- it was not ever you and him
To tide, only was a jaunt in a compromise
Duped my dear, and let along to the
Matrimonies of true minds, glow like sunrise
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2.
Loving

I wish I could love again, just a wonder
After all, I was in pursuit of a slut
Good pretenders, embraced me and lured,
How I ponder to right my insult.
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3.
Ghetto Diaries

On the stoop of the bluff
I howl deviations
In a muffled loud voice
To reminisce,
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4.
Dumpster

The dusk came
With its reddish ray
Promising…
To fulfill its prophecy
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5.
To Embrace Death

The deeds hast cast up dust
Upon these heads, and must
Mine eyes to fail with tears
Dancing in the storm's tease.
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6.
Blood Cut

The pain felt never be known
Emotions so irksome to have
Poised me between these crown
Never to shout, only the nerve
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7.
A Lament Takunda

Lamentations to you young brother
For you elected death as escapism
And left us in anguish, anxious
To have your soul amidst our own
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8.
The Pled

Never was I too scared, my thoughts to braille
And embroidered that feeling in disgust as it
Bored me shame to the tribunal, disgraced were
My intimates as I wandered miles away from
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9.
Impetuous

Impetuous is my poetry to reveal that Fig
The Fig that causes havoc and to have
Caused a reign of terror in the hamlet
That Fig to have strained my zealous
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10.
The Storm

No wonder why you are barren
With you the trees to shade off
Even your night so cold like Karen
Devoided of affections, Her bluff.
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