JOURNEY. (POEM BY PHILOMENA N. OKEKE)

Journey how are thee?.

Across the seas and the
oceans.

Hello journey how are thee.

One hundred and forty individuals in the air.

  Flying the high flying object.

Traveled across the world .
We prayed our Father who
art in heaven several times.
Some of us remember God when we think that we are in danger.
The flight crew were very nice.
Fasten your seat belt they announced.
And your electronic device in Airplane mode was also announced.

The flight crew eager to serve  supper.

It was not the last supper.

Unleavened bread not present.

But wine was present.

Tea ,coffee ,juice, water were present.

There were no apostles.

It was not the blood and body of Jesus Christ.

It has some vegetables ,rice, chicken or beef.

A trip with mom and dad..

It was the best in the world.

Finally enjoyed my parents.

Inseparable from them.

Yes inseparable from them.

Not a separation anxiety.

Only behaving like my cat Dem.

Two years after the trip,

dad went to heaven to visit.

Massive heart attack stole his body.

while who were sleeping.

His soul quickly flew away.
When I woke up he was gone.

When will I see him again?.

Heaven without his Pumpkin?

Placed six feet below the ground.

How can the ground swallow my dad?

He went down without Resistant.


Death you are an arm robber.

You have robbed .

I refused to say goodbye.

I know that he is in heaven.
There is no heart attack in heaven.

Published by edochie99

A Registered Nurse with over twenty years of hospital experience, an author with Masters Degree in Nursing,also Bachelor Degree in Nursing,graduated in 1996 from USC,University of Southern California.MSN in 2009 University of Phoenix.

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