Treasure Island

Oduro Bright Amoh

A Picture Of You

I took a picture of you with my eyes 
Which I would've given to you as a surprise.
To the photo-lab of my head it went. 
There it was processed and sent 
To my brains where it was framed 
Waiting for it to be claimed. 
Alas! My heart; that stubborn thief
Put me in a state of disbelief 
When he stole that beauteous piece
And locked it in his bosom with love's keys,
And dumped the keys into admiration's sea. 
Ah, dear me!
Your picture is now locked in my love.

Submitted: Monday, August 18, 2014

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  • Abekah Emmanuel (9/16/2014 9:35:00 AM)

    This is so romantic and beautiful. The picture of your love, I pray will never vanish from your memory. Great job my friend! (Report) Reply

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