O’ speaker of my words,

we seek the wandering star.

In the twelfth night we fall

as you rise with hopeless scar.

Her world, allay, from

misunderstood passion we sought.  

For I had to fight my blood off my hands

I had no fraught when I fought.

They are neither man nor woman,

to as I felt my spirit rising with my soul.

For I want,

for I have to be,

for I shall be the one whom is whole.

Who listens when I plea,

who listens when I cry,

whom is my emotion that I want to be.

Follow me on my next channels and have a delight follow;

Do you want to “Help a brother out” please check out the next link; “JJ-stache” As love is a mystery felt by your heart we need to support one another. Do not feel obligated to do so, just have fun. I Want to thank everyone for taking their time to read my work!

With much love & inspiration written by me,

Stamp of approval

20 responses to “‘Whom,”

  1. Wow jj… Truly in love with this piece. Such amazing words blended into an entire beautiful poem. Very precious lines of pose and grace. Great piece 😊❤️🌹

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  2. I love your work Jo-Jo, all of it. I’ve followed you now. Is it ok if I share your piece here on my weekly post 10 Cool Things I Found on the Internet this Week? I will credit and link back of course 🤗🙂

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  3. God Jojo poet, this poem filled tears into my eyes. It reminded me of my intimate brother whom I lose, because he was that only one who used to understand by my reply that I ain’t fine, and what do you need when a person you just by that thing? It’s all blessings, but unfortunate of mine. Anyways, lots of love to!!

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    • Ahww, I’m so glad you could connect with my poem, especially with your brother! I’m sorry to hear that you have lost your brother, but as you know he is always in your heart ❤️🙏🏽 lots of love back to you too ❤️

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