Poem about a departed friend
Osere Nyamora Vincent
Away the Wind Blows
Away the wind blows and away swiftly the dust flies
Yet memories remain engraved in souls too weak to phantom how quick past a smile becomes.
Away the wind blows, silence embraced, rivers the eyes become as the ghosts of pain torment, the tongue too heavy to lift, voices too coarse for the day but yet sadness we embrace
Away the wind blows and firm are the stool's legs, heavy a load to carry but still the determined to complete the journey of a heavy load yet still it lies unshaken by the multitude witnessed.
Memories my friend, yet away the wind blows .see you on the other life where still are the waters and as the dust settles I will always remember the day the winds blew.