Chinweokwu Sunlight M. Ndubuisih

Rookie - 221 Points (10th January,1987 / Enugu State)

Dear Papa!


The root of My origin
The fertile soil that supported My growth
The Carpenter of My moral virtue
And the protector of Me
Long long age
You made Me physical
With the blessing from the Most-High
Taking antecedent from the origin of all ManKind
And as a smart perfector
You delivered Me to the earth
Dear Papa!
I could think of all within My caravan
As to what to do for You
Yet manythings randomly comes to My helpless Mind
But from the peak of reality
None could be the best match
That could equal Your seat in My heart
My only Papa!
Who smiles when I'm on top
And furry at the sky when I'm at the tale of fortune
Oh Papa! , I'm still questioning the speedy wind
From the earthily abode
Why it had to take You
From My reach?
But eventhough I questions the wind no longer
As it's very rhythorics to ask the wind
Your where about
But I can still live on lively
For You has left in Me
The tree of remembrance
Which shall live with Me
Till the day I shall lick sand
Right in My cage of farewell.

Submitted: Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 24, 2013
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