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SHE SURRENDERED

She surrendered All she left was a suicide noteScribbled it before gulping the overdoseHeart ripping words she wroteAside it was a wilted roseServed herself as death’s dinnerLetting go of all her previous trialsForsaked all her hopes to conquerShe erased all the covered milesOpted death over further violationTook the left wrong turn to escapeKicked the bucket …

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SAVED

SAVED   The moment came when I had no choice but to fall in.I bounced off the club and off to the churchlike a super character in a book of comic.The convictions of my heart were not of a baby,I had met with a deadly disease and got healed with the tender care of a …

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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 …

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RECEDED LOVE

Gone are the daysThe days I needed youThey trailed behind youUnfortunatelyThey got astrayCouldn’t follow you back now You can’t reclaim meI ain’t no longer yoursYou slaughtered the old meThe one you ownedAnd our love permanently witheredThat too beyond rectification You recall the day?You raucously rejected meLeft me to languish in misery and lonelinessVoraciously craving your …

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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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