Jackson Olagunju

(21 october 1996 / Riverstate)

Blind Love


One for all, all for one.
It is what you think it is.
Love on top, on top of the earth.
Floating with the feelings of hope of love.

Been kiss with perfection.
Been enclose with your love.
Loving you was my arm.
Love of great sinceretity and pure hearted.

Love at first sight.
Your beauty is beneath imagination.
Seen beneath your beautiful.
Been framed by your love.

Always give a different hope.
With all love given to her.
But the reverse is the case.
Still in the arm of hope.
Still waiting for a perfection of love.

All given from u was a love of catastrophe.
Why does love exist.
Why does perfect emotions has to be give away.
Given away to the dust.

From my heart was true love given to you.
But it all fades away like cloud of storm.
Like dreams yet to come true.
Different colours of closed love

Submitted: Wednesday, March 13, 2013
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Dedicated to Success Nwokogba

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