Cajun Mutt Press Featured Writer 04/13/20

Space

And settled upon a cloud
My dander skyrockets.
Man can only get loud.

I don’t follow noise, rejoice
I follow the fact.
Each time I’ve followed noise,

I’ve been after the fact.
The fire settles upon a cloud
Heart I part with tact.

The fire quenches along the ride-
What goes up regrets?
What glides down pride?

What has left can’t be right;
She belongs to the left.
What is right is light.

Love is a lesson, after all-
I’ve been to the top of clouds
And I recall the joy of fall.

©2020 Fareed Agyakwah All rights reserved.

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Fareed Agyakwah- is an African poet committed to PESTEL (Political, Economical, Social, Technological, Environmental and Legal) poems and artistic activism. Both poems reflect on Africa’s natural past- even healing the African way. While the former reflects on his childhood experience, the latter draws a link between nature and religion. His work has appeared in several magazines, journals, e-zines and anthologies such as Cajun Mutt Press, Setu Bilingual, The First Anthology of World Gogyoshi, Nationalism (Africa VS North America) Vol.2, Versatile Verses, Peace: A Pathway to Love and Harmony, The Harmony: Indo- African Footprints, Wreaths for a Wayfarer, Cascade and Sunup.

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