Edward Kofi Louis
Crosswise, cross, is, wise, rose, so, roe, ore, cow, crow, row, rise, rice, woe, woes!
Just in time,
With the muse of your sweet love in this town when, the marriage bells came ringing.
They have not changed;
The mnuse of others!
Like the works of a social crusader;
However, the lifestyle in this town has not changed.
With the muse of your love after your marriage;
but, your lifestyle has still not changed.
The muse of life,
To navigate it!
And, to keep a low profile;
After your marriage.
With the muse of your lov ein this town;
After your marriage,
But, your lifestyle is the same as bafore.
With a thin line between them;
And, to meet up the challenges ahead in this marriage that you have accepted.
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