fate mcfate

(03/12/1991 / eldoret)

Am in Love

What! in a world of loneliness,
pain, shame, dark and uselessness,
fraud, dismare, tears, hopelessness,
not again, am in love

sun's risen, light out as bough,
and love's come to have me through,
a disguised complete gentleman though,
am in love

In the eyes, i saw dazzlement
its spark had my heart resuscitate
and bolstered my veins to life
am in love

that beautiful, electrifying figure
angel's shape glowing my world
flourishing and nourishing joy to my world
am in love

There's now light to my feet
and sure hopes to my dreams
for my world, a kingly scenario
am in love

Am gladly glad for she
to entrust her love for me
a treason will I be to deny the love
am in love

Submitted: Sunday, July 24, 2011
Edited: Sunday, December 18, 2011

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