John G. Nelson (August 24,1976 / Monrovia, Liberia)
Does she know
Does she know, light glitters from her cute orbs,
mountain breeze, sweet dreams, I absorb?
Like flowery gardens, her love streams gaiety
She rekindles my heart with streams of felicity
does she really know, how much she worth?
Does she know her grace, my ambitions fills,
Instilling a divine gift, love become my pills?
Screaming her name in silent, love inflames
Words can’t express my beautiful theme
does she really know, I’m going crazy?
Does she know roses blossom when she smiles,
Trees waver branches, birds utter songs from miles?
Showering wonders, she’s my limpid pool of desire.
Every word utter brings me an indescribable feeling,
does she know I joy much that I found her?
February 4,2007 John Nelson
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