Poetry

What If’s and Should-Have’s

What if they always truly loved me? I should have doubted them less. What if God doesn’t forgive easily? I should have avoided sinful acts. What if I am wronged…

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Heart of Darkness

  Centuries far ago In the African state of Congo Trespassed by the heartless whites Civilizing the blacks, against their rights They invaded them under a false pretence They shattered humanism’s true…

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Age of Innocence

Innocence so fragile Won’t last for a long while Engulf yourself in this joyous ride That will soon be washed away by the tide Years later, when you are time…

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Valetine’s Dine

Without a Valentine All alone I dine So peaceful, so serene But not too far, I hear a scream! One guy stood her on their blind date! Second came for…

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December

The sun burns low And the night passes slow While the winds turn cold It’s time for woollen’s new and old How my heart rejoices With the jingle bell noises…

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