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Don't blame me for your visitaion
I wellcome you not but ago
And now that I spot your melody
Almost romancing my happiness
At this noon period in life
Shall I pale like a stollen bird?

This phase is dancing from barns of ills
Sending me through whispers of danger
And worrisome peril in tranquil.

Oh!..this diamdem should be made
In life so filled with bountiful laughter
Like vissions of Angelic beauty and plays
Thanking life for its gifts of goodness

Why so close to us
Watching at each merits of joy
That encompass our journey of life
Breaking the laughter of our plough
To slowing the tale so dear again

Announce yoir deeds
And we shall clap to applaud ur visit
Into timeless songs
While we wade and wave you a fairwell
When we thank you for deeds unchallenging.

Plant your echo of sorrow before you call
Then I shall find an exit
To enroute my guarded ceremony of life
Goodbye to closer lessons
May God have Mercy on us!

Dumka Vincent ....2/09/2021

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A poem of truth and unending life revealing lessons.The unimaginable is exhume in life like an awakening dreaded creature from underworld. The more we live to survive, battles and obstacle seem to be the begining of human confrontation.

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Written on September 02, 2021

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Dumka Vincent

I am a lover of poem.I love to read and write and my first letter was addressed to my headmaster,requested that he assist my mother to pay off my school exammination fee.At the age 6 years,I had already started writing my short story books.But though,some life experiences had also contributed towards my continuous effort to face the challenges of life.I had written series of prose,articles andwith my little experienced poetry is part of my whole life,when I sing in poetry,speak in poetry,settle scores in poetry,discuss in poetry etc.My dedication towards poetry out of my utmost concern is to be Known for my credibility,participatory efforts in my personal achievement and divine from God.Poetry is part of my life.May poetry.com live on (Dumka Richard Vincent.L more…

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