Edward Kofi Louis
Establish amiable relations with the people around you and,
Let it be like the tale of the two apples of love;
For i am the shadows of a lamp in the forest with words,
And a family portrait of my love is there for you to see.
Do seek me for solutions when you have a problem,
For i am a scientist with a poet's mind in view;
And i am enchanting the words of the woods with my love.
Visions of the frontier of love is what i have,
And how will you feel being touched by my sweet love?
For i am like the tale of the two apples of love;
And through the spring of euphoria to blow the facts on you,
For my family protrait of love is always hanging around.
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