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Clem Squeeza Bee Mdue

»I Love You«

Jun 7, 2017

Love is a cliché / only when done wrong. / A stage set right plays out / the best act of love. / / My love for you is tattooed / in my heart and etched in my brain. / I thirst for your love like a Vampire / thirsts for human blood. / / In your absence, I miss you but / I look in to the skies as they try… read more »


»I Can Love Again«

Feb 10, 2017

Heaven sent, are you? / I can see the light again, that's all you. / Brought me back from the doldrums / How can I ever repay you? / / Like a doctor treating a patient from war / you dressed my wounds. / Covered my naked soul with all your love / He hurt me, he really did. / You picked up the pieces, like…  sign in to read more »


»Why Me?«

Sep 13, 2016

My mother's womb warm as it is, I can't wait to get out / To mingle with the world / To join my peers as we explore. / Its time to leave my 1st home now, we cut the umbilical chord as everyone awaits my arrival. / Majestically I arrive only to be greeted by sad faces. / This was not what I was promised.…  sign in to read more »


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