In The Birth Of Favour - Poem by Eziudo Michael Nwachukwu

A well dug for many years from a day somewhat like this years ago
An inspring from a deep source
And the glittering of the stars lights never fade

And Grace begat Favour and Favour ain't fair
But by means a transport so swift to a fulfilment a so wished destination

And I looked to behold a rising from a glowing
The morning sun epitomized by beauty
A seed sprouting to a tree of many branches
And here there, there here the oil flows to generation unend

Favour whose wings fly out is housing
Many a birds on her shoulder
Let the weak come get strength and let the strong come show his ego

Her beauty is immeasurable and her fatness is source of milk and honey

Your birth has caused no regret and till death doth us part, I shall celebrate your birth since joy of many laughters it breeds

Poems by Eziudo Michael Nwachukwu

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