hiireivanwords

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Ugandan poet, writer and blogger. Email: hiireivan49@gmail.com

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  • hiireivanwords 63w

    Long

    The long still steams
    Like a pimple, it stings
    I need a scratch

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  • hiireivanwords 73w

    Word Prompt:

    Write a 6 word short tale on Fulfilled

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    I wrecked my brain but gained.

  • hiireivanwords 73w

    Listen

    Take notice of the trees
    They speak a language known to us
    Pay attention to the grass
    As it tickles the sole of the leg
    Let everything free
    And allow the air it's path
    Listen

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  • hiireivanwords 116w

    Angry

    I am so angry
    With my country
    Where everyone hungry
    Is chasing history

    Generals are in parody
    Police officers enjoying hierarchy
    Did we stop seeing clearly?

    LDUs are tracing tragedy
    Leaving everyone in melancholy

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  • hiireivanwords 126w

    Truth is like a flying dove
    far above the sky
    Everyone sees it
    but can't stop it

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  • hiireivanwords 127w

    Love

    All the birds had gone to their nests
    And their we stood in the company of two
    Lost into each other's eyes

    Our souls were connected
    By the ardent breathe
    Fervent was her adulate touch through out the talk

    As adventure delved into our minds
    We slowly took a walk across the bridge
    Where we found love eagerly waiting to receive us with her wide hands

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  • hiireivanwords 127w

    A true clay of your parents'
    careful mold
    A soothing drizzle in my rusty
    eyes
    You are,
    As dripping water designs in the city you look
    Attracting my curious eyes
    To sepectate the decorous building of you
    I long to sit near you for vast a time
    Just to cast a spell at the amazing bulbs on you

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  • hiireivanwords 127w

    I want a chocolate heart
    To soothe my worries
    And sweet my desires

    I want a heart
    Soft like tomatoes
    To spice up my longings

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  • hiireivanwords 128w

    Give her a smile

    Like corn sawn early in the fertile soil
    The richest harvest shall repay your toil
    Plant heavenly virtue in the tender breast
    And a pail made out of soil shall come with a smile
    Lit like a coil

    Trust in broad daylight is what you need to give the girl child
    Give them another chance even when they are messed up in the wild
    They like a boy child are human
    To be tempted by nature's sweet world

    Like corn sawn early in the fertile soil
    The richest harvest shall repay your toil
    Give the girl child a book and a pen
    And a pail made out of the soil shall come with a smile
    Lit like a coil

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    ©hiireivanwords

  • hiireivanwords 128w

    You

    As the day darkened
    we stood as two but
    three in one
    Together we watched
    the moon glow

    Like butterflies we
    flew our thoughts
    high
    And our ambitions
    like gutters converged
    To make us one

    And then you caught
    my eye
    Took me on a trip
    and walked me on
    the street of love
    Through your eyes
    I could discern the
    the watering deification
    in your heart

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    ©hiireivanwords