Abdullah Musa


Hope Has A Son


Bond in boundless
bond
Drunk in endless
draught
Infinity fades in
fatal fate
Slayed by the
'slayer' of solace
Loaves of lonliness
hope for the
hope of hoplessness
Destiny torturing
destitutes
Miscarriage of hope
flinging the string of
fate
Fro to
to
To fro
Fates cruelty
squared
But
Hoped more in hope
Patience paved for
present
Now celebrating the
birth of hope
Hope has a son

Submitted: Friday, March 04, 2011
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