Wednesday, 2 April 2014

DISAPPOINTMENT (A poem by Okechukwu Onuegbu)


She thought I was interested on her lab
While I was busy in lab

She thought her face pierced through my heart
But my thought was in my heart

She thought she could bury me with her lies
But all my truths were lies

She taught me to uphold my hat
I taught her to trade-barter her hat

She just freed me from death
As I sent her to death

When she was in library
I called her to Calvary

Now she’s swallowed
I wallowed



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