Olasanoye Charles


Letter To The Foetus Poem by Olasanoye Charles


DEAR GUINEVERE,
If you find the truth of yourself, if you find a path of the two, take then the one less travelled by, and live your life anew at dawn's break, stand for the truth and be sturdy in your heart. Be true in the tide and never break a heart. Mend hearts instead by being love in all your words and your deeds. Let love make you and i assure you there cannot be a happier soul at journey's end.
I cannot pledge happiness here, i cannot affirm peace, i cannot assure your tender soul of love from the gents but remember life's only a journey, the pain here will wane, the love yonder is eternal, the beauty is infinite. Do not search for love here it will find you at journey's end or better still in a moment of friendship. Find a friend here, be a friend, fear God, honour all men and love the brotherhood.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 23, 2013

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