Jackson Olagunju

Rookie (21 october 1996 / Riverstate)

Escape into Pain (Sonnet)


With taught of sadness.
We are still in darkness.
Can't see the dawn at hand.
Traped with pain.
Forgotten with pain and sadness.
Seening the realm of endless catastrophe.
Battle, but still in pain.
Seen the pain but always rising.
Death run faster than we can.
Hoping for pleasure in pain.
Cast to the dark with no repair.
Much terror, but our feeble heart contain.
But our old subtle foe.
From fry pan to fire at dawn and night.

Submitted: Saturday, May 04, 2013
Edited: Saturday, May 04, 2013

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