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Edward Kofi Louis

Veteran Poet - 4,876 Points (13th October 1961 / Accra, GHANA)

In An Empty Home


You do feel lonely in an empty home;
So, come outside and, let me touch your heart with my sincere love.

Toe, tow!
Lonely with the muse of your sweet love in an empty home.

Brown face with brown hair!
In the prison of ice.

You feel lonely in an empty home;
Even though, you are very lovely.

You are like the gold and silver!
But, you feel lonely in an empty home.

Action, attraction!
But, you feel lonely in am empty home.

Green eyes, blue eyes, brown eyes! !
But, you feel lonely in an empty home.

In, indicator!
So, come outside and, let me touch your hearts with my sincere love.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 04, 2012
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