Lazy Love - Poem by Idris Adesina
Man's only hope!
Why art thou so a weak?
Known to have wants as seeks.
Said to shoot the arrow.
Claimed to move mountains with keen.
That you are blind is so clean.
Thou bring joy to life.
That, a tale half. Cupid!
Thou beg notes to cool.
Alas, old blind fool.
But if ye question my act,
Bring back her dear heart.
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