Poetry

September 19, 2017 Poetry , POETRY / FICTION

Matt Palmer photo

 

By

Zion Victor-Tade

 

 

 

My Irish Daisy

 

 

Looking round the clock

A suspect in disarray

Searching the future

How will it be a better place?

Rising to admire the jewelry

Just to gain the conscience of all

 

Oh my lovely dandelion

Shining brightly in the sunlight

Though it’s so bright,

It dangles in the darkness

You wake in the morning bloom

And close up with the sunset

 

Flashback to the past

Where it all went wrong

The beginning of the end

The hope for liberty

Freedom and fidelity

 

Finally on the route

Looking to communicate

To be indiscriminate

And also to compensate

 

Here we are to put things in place

The suspect has been found guilty

And the puff-ball is ready to shine

 

 

 

 

 

Zion Victor-Tade

?I am Zion Victor-Tade, a graduate of mass communication from Bowen University. I’m a writer and a presenter. A native of Oyo, Nigeria and I live in Ibadan, Oyo state.

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1 Comment

  1. Abdullahi September 21, at 15:28

    Awwn. These are beautiful, sincere words. Lovely piece. More grease to that elbow ???

    Reply

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