Just as a mirage, you fade at closure
A friendship of unimaginable pleasure
Going away with the wind
Flying on heavy wings, so far away
The closeness breaking away
Melancholic thoughts like a sun ray,
Piercing through the window of my heart
Leaving it to rend apart
A friendship judged to be strange,
Judged to be a mere mirage
But was that so now?
Where are you and the vow?
I remembered, my illusion became bright as the day
I believed it would not drain the union away
All the times we chatted along
And wished it would last forever
But she is gone!
But for your face I still yearn
Patiently waiting to see it again.
Ojoh G. Chinweze born and raised in a Christian home and also a Christian. He is a fictional writer and a poet that literally and otherwise brings his world of imaginary flow down on papers. Bringing to reality through poems the images of his thoughts, experiences and judgements. He is a categorized poet who also composes children's poems. He is presently a first degree student aspiring to be a Prosthetist and Orthotist. He has experienced a lot of things but judges them as things that are supposed to happen to mankind. He is a voracious reader, a footballer (not professional) and enjoys what he does. He is a moralist, disciplined and judges issues from and on the brighter side of life. He is a counselor. He is given to hospitality, and teaching.