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All I See

written by: Joseph Hope



Dust replacing dust
Gush of wind blowing
Replacing and been replaced

Nothing is actually there
Wants paint the picture:
White, black, everything

Scenes replicating
Rearranging into a muti-facet mono-picture
Of what can and may not be

A Running river: filled and emptied
All I see is hope shattering
Into hope over and over

Joseph Hope

Joseph Hope

Joseph Hope is an aspiring writer from Enugu state in Nigeria. A few of his works have been published at Nthanda Review, Sprinng Literary Movement. Professionally he's a chemist, studying "Applied Chemistry" in the prestigious institution of Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto. A lover of poetry.
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