Chinweokwu Sunlight M. Ndubuisih
I Was The Voice Of Peace That Came Down!
From the Kingdom beyond
Rang to My earing
Screaming voice of survival
Blastering the hills and mountain crest
With that abrasive teeth of necessity
An alarming voice I couldn't jettison.
While the errand wasn't readable
And the wovering replica shadow of demons blurred Me the sight
And dark part-way was laid before My fragile courage.
There was a medicum pace for escape
And a porous edge for exit
Would You have been the Victim
What would have fallen?
But as a Ghost Man who inhabits the earth!
I solicited for escorts
Sacred Beings of Heavens!
Came sucuring Me
Stars from unknown planet
Lit My foot-tracks
And blurred vision was sent ablaze
With an arrival of Heavenly ray
And My ache was no more
Very versatile I became
Like the Greatest mouthpiece of the Almighty
A Bravery that came down
Speaking the errand sent Him from the city beyond
And to the listening Ears of Our conflictive world
Re-unite I told Them
As the voice of peace that came down.
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