This poem is in dedication to the victims of the Dana air crash of Sunday, 3rdJune, 2012. Names are used fictitiously, any resemblance to actual persons is highly coincidental.
They hugged and pecked at the airport,
Love birds, they’d been one for many years,
No kid(s), yet they stuck as glue.
She bade him farewell, heart-warming it was,
She was missing him already but she had another him,
With her, laden and seven months far, she carried their son. Bliss!
He’d touch down in thirty, seal up a deal,
Hop in at his parents’ – The Okoyes,
Attend a meeting on Monday, sign some papers,