Okonkwo Osamedua. Allen (Lagos- Nigeria)
A Lady's Worth
Give me a penny worth of love
Its more than many ornaments could prove
Spare me a morsel of charity
Taste let me, thy sweet kiss seasoned into eternity
Save for me a single memorable smile
To carry me forever mile to mile
Look into my eyes and say 'i love you' with all bravery
Prove that thou art to my own usury
Adorn all grace, and me thy beloved, woo me
Yes! To the marraige of two souls shall we be
Release all thy passion, and upon me spend
Two flames will leap beyond mortals end
Be my breath, my light and my happiness
And thee, my love, forever shall i bless! !
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