STRANGERS – BY JANNA ONYEMAOBI

We both have lonely lives
We both have tragic lives
Lives where we have to flee
Flee from what’s ours
We run from anything

Time easily flows
But our time never changes
The words we whisper to each other
Are the pains we Earnestly want to let go off
The memories we try so hard To leave behind
They scatter like the dust that covers the sky

We end up being strangers in our home.









By Onyemaobi Janna Chimdinma


About Me
 I’m a writer, and I draw sometimes. I’m currently studying physiology in the college of medicine, University of Lagos.
Age: 18 (August 13th 1999)

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