Treasure Island

donald kuutsi

(HARARE, Zimbabwe / 9 july 1991)

Cecil Square Park Affair

Listening to the melodies of the birds,
Violin rhythm soothing the love birds hearts
As love was in the air, enchanted with her Philter,
The love birds were brighter than the sun,
The 1st Kiss changed the breeze of the Cecil square park as love was written over our shinning faces like deers that had been caught between the headlines,
Encircled by the cloud of love that kept on precipitating upon our souls, strengthening our LOVE,
Everything seemed perfect as we looked at life through the sunglasses We never noticed the fate that was coming out of the blues towards our love zone,
Until fate &time became ruthless to the Cecil square affair
The journey was perfect, the next day it was over
Separated by TIME from their destiny,
Our love was over powered by the realm of time which was inevitable and ruthless,
The Cecil square park affair was short lived,
I was left alone,
Gazing at the world moving in a slow motion
As time moved fast whist the mind became slow
The memories we shared left my thoughts hanging in the Cecil square park,
The gravity of the love pulling me backwards,
Struggling to move on with a broken heart all he was left with
Was the scars and memories they had in the Cecil Square Park

Submitted: Friday, February 15, 2013
Edited: Friday, February 15, 2013

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[Dedication to the ONLY WOMAN [TORI EVANS] I lost as time was ruthless as it separated us from our destiny, a woman who KNEW ME BEST, her violin and her LOVE sang To my heart, and made me reminisce the lyrics l would have forgotten]

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