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Bernard Otumun


I Wonder


Sometimes I wonder
how it feels like to be the opposite sex

Sometimes I wonder
why I am so different

Sometimes I wonder
how it feels to have my own children

Sometimes I wonder
how it feels to be a nations president

Sometimes I wonder
how it feels to become a world recognized model

Sometimes I wonder
why people cause others pain

Sometimes I wonder
why people can't be plain

Sometimes I wonder
why writing poems has become a daily taste

Sometimes I wonder
of what people think about me

Sometimes I wonder
of the act of wondering

Sometimes I wonder
of things above my understanding

Sometimes I wonder
why do people have to die

and most times I wonder
of what you think about my poems

Submitted: Sunday, November 09, 2008

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