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Eye defect is not a death sentence.

At the age of 20, I started using Medicated eye glasses. That was three years after I graduated from Senior Secondary School. This came as a surprise, because I do see clearly during my secondary schools days either from far or close distance. But, things changed afterwards. I couldn’t see distanced objects clearly, so I …

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RECEDED LOVE

Gone are the days The days I needed you They trailed behind you Unfortunately They got astray Couldn’t follow you back now You can’t reclaim me I ain’t no longer yours You slaughtered the old me The one you owned And our love permanently withered That too beyond rectification You recall the day? You raucously …

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FATE

Take caution Let not your eyes deceive you What they see is temporary Today is a visitor It ain’t here to stay At tomorrow’s arrival It will wither into nothing but the past Gobbled by dawn of the new fresh day What they used to see shall be eroded away Today I’m a mere servant …

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RANDOM THOUGHTS

I’m falling asleep but I’m not sleeping I’m thinking but I’m not lost in thoughts Thinking of what I should be doing Rather than putting hands on deck Life almost feels like a wreck Like a ship crashing into an iceberg Even the strongest can’t get out alive As we prepare for that special day …

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