You said
my heart
was your

in the
magical waves
of your words

Then you
became a
and spiked
my heart

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Onah is a graduate of Banking and Finance from the University of Calabar,Cross River State,Nigeria. He has over 6 years Banking experience in various aspect of Treasury Operations. He is working towards becoming a qualified financial analyst in the future and enjoys reading, research and writing, especially Finance and Economic related topics. As much as he enjoys writing and reading he also enjoys playing chess, watching movies ,workout and other activities to live a balanced life.

14 thoughts on “HUMAN THORN”

  1. How beautifully written are your words, I can still hear them echo from my lips. Love the comparative analogies. Moves with passion, so heartfelt πŸ˜ŠπŸ’œ!
    InHisCare πŸ™πŸ’œ


      1. You can ask all you want am hear to answer.Besides,poetry is more important when you get the view of the author and discuss the inspiration and motive of the poem.
        Cactus plant,heart shaped with thorn.

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