Treasure Island

Jackson Olagunju

(21 october 1996 / Riverstate)

Black Beauty


Beauty, beautiful angel.
Shine bright, looking good.
At first site was amazing.
Every step into your world brings joy.
Beautiful is the perfect word.

Even with closed eyes i can see.
I can see, see your beauty.
Your beauty brings joy.
You are an example of yourself.
Wishing to have a taste of u.

At all situation.
Your the best.
With a perfect perfection of a black beauty.
Smiling alaways, smiling to your perfection of love.

A love lost was found with you.
With you by my side all hope is here.
Your presence brings curse.
Curse of love and perfection.
Curse with black beauty

Submitted: Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, March 13, 2013

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Dedicated to Augustine Peace Nelly

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