Sivan

Poem By Edward Kofi Louis

Isn’t it a joy

To see a stranger reading

Your favorite book

Would you bother

To tell them

How much you love it

Why you love it

And how they probably would too

How they have picked

the right book to read?

But while you do this are you

killing the fun for the person reading it

or are you sparking their enthusiasm

for the book

if only the simplest of questions

had the simplest of answers too.

Comments about Sivan

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