Kelvin Owusu

Rookie - 126 Points (15-10-1988 / Ghana)

Kelvin Owusu Poems

1. Humanity 8/5/2012
2. Do You See Me 8/6/2012
3. Dug My Fate 8/6/2012
4. A Love's Dream 8/6/2012
5. To The Moon 8/6/2012
6. Thoughts Maybe 8/6/2012
7. Fairytail Memory 8/6/2012
8. Yearning 8/6/2012
9. Bored 8/6/2012
10. Found 8/13/2012
11. Adieu 8/13/2012
12. Blind Fool 8/13/2012
13. A Gentle Hour's Nightmare 8/27/2012
14. Suicidal Lies 8/27/2012
15. My World 8/27/2012
16. Hush Little Baby (Part 1) 9/3/2012
17. Hush Little Baby (Part 3) 9/3/2012
18. Poetic Aspects 9/10/2012
19. In Poetic 9/10/2012
20. Life's Death 9/11/2012
21. Try 9/17/2012
22. A Story Of A Life, Mine 9/24/2012
23. My Green Mile 9/24/2012
24. Fake Laughs 9/24/2012
25. Me In Their Eyes 9/24/2012
26. Limerick (Attempt) 10/1/2012
27. Limerick 10/1/2012
28. Hunt 10/1/2012
29. A Wrong My Right 10/6/2012
30. Vow 3 (Music Lives) 10/8/2012
31. Vow 2 (Right Words) 10/8/2012
32. Forgiveness Gain 10/11/2012
33. Try 2 (Plus & Minus) 10/15/2012
34. Try 3 (Chances) 10/15/2012
35. Try 4 (A Happy) 10/15/2012
36. It Is Eye 11/12/2012
37. Alone With Convictions 11/26/2012
38. Who Am I 11/26/2012
39. Friends, Love, Life 10/29/2012
40. Are We A Dying Breed? 11/26/2012
Best Poem of Kelvin Owusu

Emotive Language

If she passed, would mine break?
Would there be any display
or curtain's not even close
of being drawn?
would the body shake,
what about the legs, would they tremble?

Fear of loss, would that play
an important role
or the recollection of neglect,
Foil grief's solo performance

No water work display
a sigh followed by smile's farewell
could the reaction of "Oh well"
be considered a heartless act?

Not a dropp will fall, but will contemplate
while a smile appears
although it's never seemed like it
these words ...

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Do You See Me

Look in my eyes
can you feel the pain that I feel
so many times that I've cried
but can you see, or is it invisible tears i share
as you sleep safe and sound
can you hear my heart beat
fading as I scream out your name
could you be the reason for my pain
or am I the reason for my own

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