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Tolulope Modupe


Bone Of My Bone


Her reflection once again sent a trickle down my spine
She's the bone of my bone
You are an incurable disease in my blood
She's the bone of my bone

She is created on the sixth day with me
She's an obsession to me
Everywhere I go
She's always on my mind
Her internal beauty makes her unique
She's the bone of my bone

Your love in me is hard to take away
I can swim the deepest ocean
And climb the highest mountain
Because of you
Her virginity makes her more than a beautiful woman
I'm drowned in you
Bone of my bone.

Submitted: Saturday, May 05, 2012

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