Allegory Of Life

Poem By Daniel ojogba Joseph

One day, away like the shepherd's tent life will be blown,
Cut short as when a weaver stops weaving at the loom,
In one short day life will be hanging by a thread,
Then in this world we will never again see our friends.
So the best way to live life,
Is to spend it on that which outlives time.

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