Dear Future

Dear future,

Today I write to you from the  corner of the street

littered with people in their sizes,numbers,

classes…

yearning that life face them with a grin

and the sun be fair on their thick skin

where the forces of the earth

work against it’s inhabitants

like predators to their prey.


I write to you as an observer

peeping at life from a corner

where the cloud are thick

and the hopes are thin

where the glass of life shutters

as life bellows

where the rays of light

streams through darkness


Dear future

I write from where thick darkness

hovers around the city

I write to you drunk of hope

casting my pearls in faith’s bowel

that ye bury my seed in fertile earth


When the hurdles and hollows of life

fish you to it’s net

beloved pick a pen

write to your future

for your now is explored

but the future is chaste

filled with strength and laughter

waiting for you to decide

 it’s fate by your actions.

Leave a line to your future at the comment box!!!

2020-06-19T10:00:00

  days

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until

Celebrating World Sickle Cell Day With Akpus Adgidzi Emmanuel (In lovely Memory of My Best Friend and so many Heros out there still fighting).

Published by faithakatiki

Faith Joseph is a Nigerian Citizen, a Personal Development Blogger and a young social development champion and a Lawyer by Profession. Akatiki is an lover of all forms of expressive art and has excelled in performing various. She is a passionate Writer and an Activist, she believes strongly in gender equity and holds the view that rather than being treated as male or female, we should be treated as humans irrespective of gender and make the world a better place for all.

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