DUROJAIYE ADEBOYE

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A little girl love song


At the coolest of the day



In the spring of the year



Where everywhere looks dry and hot



Comes a sweet melodious song from the forest



Where I bend and cut



A song not sang by all



A song not meant for all



Only presented to the loved and the very loved



Words not easily understood



Because it purchases more of the love language



And it carries the hears and heart of the hearers away



My heart stops to cut



As he was lost and carried away by the rhythms



My heart holds it beat and seeks the love of the singer



My eye follows to behold the damsel



Only to discover that it was a little girl song



Singing for the love of the world

Submitted: Saturday, November 23, 2013
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it a nice memorial poem

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