THE DAYS AHEAD

Not one can I remember
For all have different stories
And even if the soothsayer may
Not one can convince me yet
To luggage my goods
And travel the routes
If I have anything to say
I would go to nature
Telling her my hopes and aspirations
As I watch her reveal her secrets
Of goodwill and understanding
Resting in the beautiful days ahead
I will forever remain faithful
Learning her rules
Cleaning the dirt
And forever been with her
Yet the days ahead

Death

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You have claimed to live with nature since
Enforcing yet the end of things
But If I you could permit me
Allow my innocent tongue to ask
Perhaps one question
Tell me, why don’t you ask permissions
Perhaps before coming
I heard you are a thief
Yes, I connote
You just took my child hood friend away
To places which know you
I thought yo were created for man
Or, perhaps we don’t pay you as you want
And then, you have resigned
You can travel yes
But wait when coming
Allow my head to reason through your ways
To hug my heart for the last
Maybe, yes, and my hands
If only I could change your name
I would have called you a stranger
Yes, that is what you are
You come and go,
Without a level of invitation
I will wait till my brother comes back
Tell him, you said he should live a life
Worthy of praise
Doing good to all manner of person
And just remember that you might as well come as a thief again
Perhaps love everybody
Till I let you go
Send my greetings to those in your custody
Tell them, I have received their advice
And soon shall work on them