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May 2020
If it was easy,
I would have taken a
battle with her who ends

I would have fought her
with my pen even though I
knew my ribcage is dead, I
would be defeated.

I would have danced and
welcomed her; hug her and
would have played to her my
musical lyrics of love.

I would have  taken a walk
with her to the land of no
return where she came from...

I would have told her the
story of a wordsmith who
adores death, yearns for her to
touch his skin and kiss his soul.

I would have told her of
the story of  he who belch
his dirges of love in his words.

I would have told her of
the dirges of a defeated
sailor who sailed through the
day and night to kiss her
that ends life.
Hassan Idris
Written by
Hassan Idris  23/M/Benue state,Makurdi
(23/M/Benue state,Makurdi)   
   Gideon and Bogdan Dragos
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