MUSINGS OF A SINGLE MOTHER

MUSINGS OF A SINGLE MOTHER

My heart longs for you today
Thinking of our love affair back in the day
Still amazed how quickly things went awry;
You were my friend, husband, and brother
Me, your soul-mate, wife, and sister
Never thought you’d ever leave me.

Though I have your child as a consolation,
Every day I still live with the hurt
That you could turn me into a lonely-heart;
Daily our love life I painfully re-live in tears
Life, I don’t think I should live alone
Forever, I’d thought you’d be my own.

You were the sweetest friend I’ve ever known
Every other man you gracefully outshone
Never knew you’d leave me high-and-dry;
Your absence I daily bemoan
To your child, you’re unknown
Yet you’re supposed to be his best ally.

Late at night when I can’t sleep
I painfully revel in wishful thinking
Imagining you’re here with me;
I wake up in the morning feeling hollow
And I ask myself: where’s my hero
With a sick fearful feeling in my belly,

I know it’s time to face another day alone
Without the man who’s supposed to be my backbone.

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About Biodun3

Biodun Samuel Adepetu lives in Lagos, Nigeria with his wife and friend of over twelve years, his multi-cultural neighbours, and their innocent but exciting children, in a simple African neighbourhood with everyday sounds, sights, and smell. He too has had his share of Western education, first at the University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University), then at the University of Ado-Ekiti, both in Nigeria. He is also a professional member of the National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria, and the Project Management Institute, Pennsylvania, USA. He loves reading, writing, music, travelling, and photography.
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