Abekah Emmanuel

Bronze Star - 2,856 Points (12 may 1992 / Ghana, Eastern Region,)

Someday to come


Our tears will be no more,
Our sorrows shall come to an end,
Our fears will be no more
Our fellows shall see us ahead,
Someday to come.

We shall weep no more,
The troubles, struggles,
And the numerous obstacles,
Shall surely give way to us
Someday to come.

Sometimes I look back,
And then begin to wonder,
The donkey years I left home,
The miles i have crossed,
the troubles I met,
the treasures i lost,
Some of which my life was based,
Then i know that things will change,
Someday to come.

When life appears so dark,
And i loose sight of its beauty,
So that everything taste sour to me,
I think of the seed in the earth,
yes! it must die to grow,
then I know that my star will shine
Someday to come.

Submitted: Saturday, August 09, 2014

Topic of this poem: life


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  • Gold Star - 15,145 Points John Westlake (9/13/2014 10:18:00 PM)

    An optimistic poem that thankfully does not go overboard with its predictions. Some day your star will rise and you will need to be ready for when it does. Look forward and prepare. Stay strong. (Report) Reply

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