Nwabugwu Chukwudumebi Poems

  • 1.
    Finding my past without a flashlight
    I'd turn back to see, forgetting it not that bright
    Stumbling, my feet had lost sight
    Not a single cornerstone, have I lost this fight?
  • 2.
    Oh my oh my, when I close my eyes.
    Everything turns blank, darkness exposes from inside.
    I feel dizzy, stumbling and shaky.
    Yet I'm still standing, but it's aching.
  • 3.
    What if I wasn't human? I'd say to myself.
    If I could fly so high and move so freely like I own the sky.
    I would greet the sun good morning so close to its face, and kiss the moon good night whilst I go to slumber.
    Spread my wings so wide, I'd cut through the clouds like a warrior fighting for his life in battle.
  • 4.
    The heat of the sun set at minimum described my personality, I was fiery in nature. I fell in love with my opposite, my enemy in nature, and the common liquid of the earth, water.

    Our hearts were bound together, but our forms said otherwise.

  • 5.
    Lying down, I was still looking for a reason to jerk off of my bed and scream.

    As tides only existed on massive volumes of water while being watched by the loyal and beautiful face of the moon...

Total 5 Poems by Nwabugwu Chukwudumebi

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Gravity 2 Prisoner 1 Imagine 1 Natural 1 Mood 1 Guilty 1 Hungry 1 Waste 1 Live 1 Open 1

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