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Only an Aunt can give hug
Like a mother, carry lugs
Like sisters, going miles
Like friends with a sweet smile.
Before my tongue was bitter
I swung by to check on her
And wish her quick recovery
Seventy-five is young to me.
Laid on resuscitation
But seeing her condition
Breathing long, slow deep and hard
I sensed another graveyard.
We rushed her for a brain scan
She gave up right in our arms
Though my composure did win
My tears fell louder within.
God gives, and takes at His time
Now that you are gone, please find
An eternal peace and rest
Adieus Aunty, God knows best.
#R.I.P Mrs. Okwurumgbe Clara (Nee Onyeche) #Mama Nwarinma #18/03/2020 #3:38pm
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Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu
The race of rocks in me, nurse an aged fear
For it seems bad news swing by every year
First it was Uncle Pius who disappeared
Then Mama left us cold, bitter in tears…
Back then, O’yo yo’ we used to sing
Running to Baba to get a hug and swung
He made us laugh louder than bells can ring
He deserved more than can ever bring.
The curtains were open; well, that was yesterday
I had called in to say; “hello” today
Only to be told, he was gone with the rays
To join our ancestors who watch and pray.
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When tides with dust flood in rising
Wherein the colors begins fading,
Whales and ships gets sunk, colliding.
Having to know all fleshes shall tear
Hearts gets engross in such a fear
Had I known; the how, when and where
Hoarse from sad cries would not appear.
Magnum of cold bloods float to lawn
Mayhem: I wish I knew your last dawn
Maybe I will know how you drown
Maybe you will, evade the flown.
But here you lie flat by the shores
Battered by heavens open doors
Bothered not if cultured or boor.