Flowers. By Anuoluwapo Kehinde Teeny tiny pieces of me break as you all die and fade away Little bits and bobs of love shatter into caskets Buried by the small glasses of love moulded into coffins Layered in mini petals of grief I hate death for this. Flowers don’t look the same when their petalsContinue reading “Flowers.”
Pain. By Anuoluwapo Kehinde Have you ever closed your eyes and all you could see was death? Have you ever tossed and turned and figured out why he loved her instead? Have you ever gasped for more air because your lungs are a vacuum… Desperate for good things to ruin- Just like my heart? HaveContinue reading “Pain.”
I wrote this a year ago. Personal poem. Don’t like it much but felt cathartic to write.
My thoughts on my afterlife and the security and certainty of it.
It’s not December yet, but my mind is already there.
Uche proofread and added a line which fit well.
Supportive friendships are needed and blessed.