I SHALL WRITE A LOVE STORY ONE DAY by Thaalith Abubakar Gimba

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I shall write a love story one day.
A story that sees no light of doomsday.
The type which begins with Galileo,
And ends with the adventures of Romeo.
I shall write a love story one day.
Whose impact is greater than Valentine’s day.
Cinderella won’t be my heroine,
But about how two lovers found a love coin.
I shall write a love story one day.
A story that venerates love on a special day,
That which erases all despair,
One that outshines the work of Shakespeare.
I shall write a love story one day.
One day…and I still don’t know that day.

I SHALL WRITE A LOVE STORY ONE DAY by Thaalith Abubakar Gimba

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Thaalith Abubakar Gimba

Thaalith Abubakar Gimba, born on 12th September 1995 is a young poet and short story writer who resides in Minna, Niger State. A graduate of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He’s a chap who has a penchant for reading and profoundly loves writing. Writing is a hobby that defines him. He believes that writing can become “a means to liberate yourself from your personal conflicts.”

By Thaalith Abubakar Gimba

Thaalith Abubakar Gimba, born on 12th September 1995 is a young poet and short story writer who resides in Minna, Niger State. A graduate of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He’s a chap who has a penchant for reading and profoundly loves writing. Writing is a hobby that defines him. He believes that writing can become “a means to liberate yourself from your personal conflicts.”

1 comment

  1. Aye'Dom – Dominic is a Nigerian social critics, a poet, and an essayist with works published on Words Rhymes and Rhythm, Nigeria News24, Poemhunters and others. When he's not writing about everything experience brings him to reflect on, he's out in the open getting his hands 'dirty' so as to reveal inherent beauty in the world he lives in. He currently lives in Lagos Nigeria. Catch him up with @Ayedom01 and on facebook.com/ayedom
    Dominic Ayegba Okoliko says:

    Lol, You are gonna write it one day indeed… Captures human hope and great yearning for a higher ground (love)

    Well done Gimba

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