Treasure Island

Adegbite Adeyinka

(14-05-1991)

Dusk Till Dawn


If you had a story that goes beyond time,
Be that it runs, from a morning, till the night
I will ever be there; I am your knight,
Just tip me that smile, its value, than a dime;
It may be long, it is worth enduring,
Let me relive the joy you have in sharing;
My world is mute, darling, tell your tale,
Recount it again, it is never stale;
Let everyone slumber, I’m awake with you,
I will stay that way up until time starts anew;
Till seconds count to minutes, hours and days,
I’m the one who cares from dusk till dawn, and always

Submitted: Thursday, February 06, 2014

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  • Bianca F. (2/6/2014 3:26:00 PM)

    My world is mute, darling, tell your tale. lovely write, and the last line is the cherry on top as it ought to be. (Report) Reply

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