Didier Mamai Poems

  • 1.
    I vividly remember that day,
    When before me you bossily lay,
    a malicious lion-less life,
    A flattened thin disk labelled "future",
  • 2.
    Born on the hottest longest day,
    Hosted in rugged rugs of no linen,
    To the poorest he pauper of Kingston,
    Whose she is dear to the dumpest despair,
  • 3.
    Here alone makes me feel sad,
    My heart calls for you in earnest,
    God might have written me in your fate,
    May God accept my worship, Amen,
  • 4.
    we've never properly met,
    since once I saw you,
    but I'd like quite to do so,

  • 5.
    All my life I had a vision,
    The best of realisation,
    Then it turned into an ambition,
    To many it's an illusion,
  • 6.
    Blessed be you genii creatures,
    Guided by love and passion,
    To serve humanity with intention,
    of restoring worn out flesh,
Total 6 Poems by Didier Mamai

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