Melodic Elixir, poetry by John Pitman Gibson at Spillwords.com
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Melodic Elixir

Melodic Elixir

written by: John Pitman Gibson

@Gibsonjohn626

 

Sing with me
The songs of saints
Tour me in
The field of trees and leaves

Blows, the cold breeze
In the grassy plain
Where I see the heaven
As the melodies charm me

Sing with me
The ballads of heaven
Those glorious melodies
That spread like wind

Sing again those Melodies
That monumentalize your company
That cease my anguish
And grant me immortality

John Pitman Gibson

John Pitman Gibson

John P. Gibson, also known as Rabi Akalimat, an Arabic name coined by himself meaning "Lord of Words". He was born on October 2, 2000. He is an electrical engineering student at the College of Engineering and Technology from the William V.S. Tubman University. He's a Liberia National and he originates from River Gee County and currently resides in Maryland County, Harper where he's schooling. He's a graduate of: Our Lady of Fatima Highschool (highschool Diploma), Jonah Togba School of Leadership and Development (Certificate in Leadership) and the Caritas Marginalized Youth Program Technical School (One Year Certificate in Electrical Residential and Commercial Wiring). He is an idolizer of natural/applied Sciences and mathematics but he also appreciates the arts.
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