Oduro Bright Amoh
Those birds to those birds sing a song.
Let's tell to which lovers which lovers belong.
It may be right, it may be wrong,
Yet In love's weakness is love so strong.
Those birds to those birds now cluck and quack.
Lovers have had their lovers back.
They will take what they previously lack.
It's so in love to love who loves you back!
Those birds with those birds in sweetness play.
Let lovers with lovers have their stay.
And love their love as long as they may.
How love with love loves love this way!
Those birds to those birds now tweet a lie
It's time for lovers from lovers to fly
The love too long is the love too high
Now lovers to lovers will say goodbye
Those birds from those birds away have flown.
A lover failed is a lover blown.
Love cannot pay what lovers loan,
And now a lover unloved thinks love alone.
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Topic(s): love and pain
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