COMING HOME

COMING HOME

By Victor Mwene

 When I come home with flowers,

Will you be waiting for me in the wee hours?

At the iron gate in the stinging cold

To hug tightly and hand-hold

 

When I get home haggard from my journey,

Will you whisper ‘welcome home honey?’

And plant a kiss on my cold cheek

To make my already tired knees weak

 

When I wake up groggy and famished,

Please serve me pancakes that are butter garnished

And let the aroma of hot coffee waft through the room

To wipe away the cheerless morning gloom

(c) Victor Mwene

 

 

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Edwin Musumba

    Love expressed through a pen. Beautiful

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