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Chinweokwu Sunlight M. Ndubuisih

Rookie - 208 Points (10th January,1987 / Enugu State)

A Thirsty Song For Water(H20)


It is a true talk,
You and I know for ages long
That Faeces exits from the
end of the alimentary canal
(anus) .

And that; hunger streamlines in the gut
And it cooks with thunder and storm striking in My endo(stomach) .

But thirstiness comes like a pitiless ant that stings with no awareness
Before it is come.

And still,
It is come right in its point
So gently like a smooth vinegar,
That tells its taste right in the throat(oesophagus)

And I remember that;
You and I know this biological trend till We sign off to death!

And a cup of water is brought to Me,
And I project it up to My mouth
With My two eyes shining like stars
Then My thirst changes to hunger! ! .

Submitted: Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 23, 2013

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