Emma Kadede


The Unknown


There she stood transfixed to it
She saw the magnificent her and felt a flicker
Yearning to see and be known
How she dreaded for and anticipation unknown....
All were mesmerized by thee....and a glow twinkled
Alas! ! They notice
Cascaded did she down the path
'They' did not know the unknown is striking
What a goddess from unknown
Thought they.....all captivated, all wondering
The river swayed from source unknown
They dived but most drowned....
She smiled, , , , gave out a stupid thought
Hahaha she echoed her silly laughter
A wicked eye, , , a wicked witch
Thee heartless will terminate and burn
Thee 'goddess' was out for a ruin
The source unknown.

Submitted: Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 26, 2013
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The poem is about the people who are out to ruin people by pretending to be good.The others are lured and in the end they get hurt cause they did not take time to know them.
I wrote these poem on thinking of characters of some people.

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