Treasure Island

Olugbenga Itunu Ogunderu

(dob 09-03-1983 / ibadan, Nigeria)

A Psalm For 'Ezz'


You are a Queen,
That rules my tamed heart
With a potion of passionate flames.

You are a bright star,
Shining a raging light upon my quest
For when the dawn shall set
And my journey laid to rest
Your hands shall lay upon my shoulder and mine your slim waist.

In your eyes shall hope be found,
Of refuge sought by a fugitive heart.

Your courage lends an undying pride,
To fight through thorn and blade
In the shackles of eternal pledge.

My fountain shall rage,
All through the night
When the love's game is fought.

In the realm of Ezz,
Sweet dreams is lived
For an eternal dance with the stars.

Submitted: Saturday, January 04, 2014
Edited: Saturday, January 04, 2014
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