The Sunset

 

Seeing the sunset
Come to an end
For fear it never happen

Witness the agorny
Of fruitful lost
With tears of sorrow
For the lost of a being

Watching it pass by
Sweept away a kind
So painful to the heart

Oh! time
If backward you can go
To uplift the plague
I will be glad for it

Fair-well: to were ever
The wind take you
For in due time we will meet.



One thought on “The Sunset” by Etim Ukorebi (@Asuquo)

  1. The first line of the second paragraph is not agorny but agony.
    The second line of the third paragraph is not sweept but swept.
    The second line of the second paragraph is not lost but loss.
    The last line of the second paragraph is also loss.
    The second line of the fifth paragraph is not take but takes.
    It is farewell and not fare-well.

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