Mazi Chukwuemeka Muoneke

Notice of absence from Mazi Chukwuemeka Muoneke
I will surely get back to you when I come online.


Tales of heartbreaks
I have heard, 
From many mouths, 
Some testimonies 
Of liberation;
While many testify that 
"All men are the same". 

The tales of love, 
Have wounded many hearts, 
Skirts and trousers, 
Are victims, 
Of their emotions and travails. 

I have waited for ages, 
To be served this breakfast, 
To testify of its wickedness, 
Yet fate shielded me. 

I'm caught in a snare, 
Between fate and faith,
Every night I fight my demons, 
Never want to hurt a fly. 

Decision a hard choice, 
The ship is rough and tough, 
I'm sorry, fate will pull the trigger. 

  • Author: Jude Chukwuemeka Muoneke (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: July 7th, 2024 02:35
  • Comment from author about the poem: This poem talks about love and hurt in a relationship. Where there's love, heartbreak is inevitable.
  • Category: Love
  • Views: 3
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