Kpe Quaku Phil Innocent Eyram


Amy Poem by Kpe Quaku Phil Innocent Eyram


Once in a while i keep looking across the sea
Across from home near the beach
Remembering your perfect pitch
And how we walk through that orchard of peach
That orchard where everything begun
That orchard where we had fun
Where the termites march in an army
That orchard where i first heard your name Amy


Like every other day i wait
I watch to see you walk through the gate
Wonder if it is our fate
Our fate to wait and see each other late
If fate can be controlled
I would wish you will be here tomorrow
But now that you're far
I will dig a trench and my guts i will burrow

Finding you took me forever
Those lonely days are haunting me now
seeing you made me shiver
But I still feel lonely now
Your last words were so blue
In my memory they stick like glue
About your folks forcing you to go
And how they think i am a foe
I assure you i would win them over
And make them sober
For now I will wait
'Cause I should for Love sake

Submitted: Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, April 02, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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