Treasure Island

Masharia kanyari

(Kenya -East Africa)

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Tell me why.
Of the many lips I've kissed,
It is your pair I vividly remember,
Despite how many miles I walk,
You seem to haunt my every step,
Your allure is always my neighbour,


Tell me why.
Of all the scents I know,
Its yours that my heart most longeth for,
A scent so profound- deep...
Only comparable to a million roses

Tell me why.
I don't care who reads this,
Not even my friends,
Who will think I'm weak,
Stupid, in love or smitten,

Tell me why.
I woke up a little upset,
That this chic beside me,
Is not you,
Despite our yester-night's indulgence,

Tell me why.
I sent this,
Knowing all so well,
That should your man see it,
He shall be violently offended...

Submitted: Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Edited: Saturday, March 15, 2014
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