Bound by Ehinomen Marie

Quaz | Apr 15th, 2019 | poetry | No Comments


Even whilst bound in chains and caged
They channelled secret messages to those homebound
A secret their captors never would know
That alone, put a smile on their faces

The moments that passed were like fleeting smiles
Spread across the face for an elusive few seconds
Yet filled the heart profoundly, with mysterious messages
That one day there’ll be freedom at inglorious prices

The slave that rules and the master that follows
For one who works and not one that wallows

Poet Bio

Ehinomen Marie is a writer and an Intellectual Property Lawyer. She’s been a storyteller right from when she could mutter her first word. She writes poetry and prose. She participants and performs in Literary Festivals. Some of her works have been published on and also runs a blog
When she’s not writing she’s reading, learning new skills; exploring and experiencing life.

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