I Just Have To Confess

I Just Have To Confess

My portrait shall speak less
Of me, my excess
My home addresss
My neighbour Agnes

My friends and senseless
Foes giving me stress
My family, my mistress
My look and my dress
My talks and address
To people, my plainess
My joy my sadness
My thoughts my recess
My mind my madness
My good my goodness
My hate my hateless
My strength my weakness
Unless and unless
My rhyming stress
Written sleepless
Days and darkness
You’ve read to suppress
Your worries and your stress
I just have to confess.
Samuel C. Enunwa Apr. 12, 2010.

7 thoughts on “I Just Have To Confess” by samueldpoetry (@samueldpoetry)

  1. This looks real good. I am sure it has some deep meaning.

  2. I feel you.

  3. A good one dude, I could feel how uneasy it was finding the rhyming words to save the poem from losing its contextual sense. Bravo bro.

  4. hehe a nice funny , ‘seamless’ read.

  5. Nice picture and poetry too.

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