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Bolami lawal

A Woman's Heart

To a woman's heart,
i searched for a key;
to unlock the treasure of her love,
the wealth of her emotions; and
her impulsive kindness;

I tried riches, even beauty;
but deeper than the occean
is her depth of love,
sweeter than the honeycomb
is the taste of it;

Her heart, a font
gently streaming with tenderness,
a place seasoned with affection;
the template of her soul
is endorsed with understanding,

Her stunning gaze, her dazzling smile;
her softly spoken words, and
the strength in her feeble arms;
instills more than riches,
her love's worth, money can't buy;

A woman's heart;
burns with devotion,
itching for the purest form of friendship;
an unbroken cord of intimacy,
an enduring patience to unleash her desire.

Submitted: Friday, April 19, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 02, 2013

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