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Jubril Balogun

Rookie - 0 Points (Sept 21 1980 / Ogun state, Nigeria)

Conjugal Seeds


Words neatly forged
Through bellows of emotion bay
Words like armour hereby worn
A dire shield from conjugal rains

'I DO'
In truth, to you I come
With you as ONE I would
Savor life absent remorse.

In patience borne nuptial glow
In joy do diligence grow
Let our hearts in loving show
Let our hands in affection hold

A sail hereon floats
Ashore the matrimonial sea
Comely waves hence takes hold
Adrift our ship to destined bliss

Yonder tides bids us peace
A starry night, a subtle breeze
Days of morrow borne in serene
Moments of cherish unending.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 26, 2013
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