Nyota Yasulwe

Rookie - 101 Points (08/08/1970 / Kenya)

Lovely Thoughts!


It is a lovely morning with lovely thoughts about you

Before the smiling sunrise woke up the birds this morning
I thought about you being as lovely as I only know
I thought of you as a beautiful flower still sleeping
I thought of you gracefully breathing slowly without snoring
I thought of a smile on your face because of good dreams

I wondered how joyful it would be for my heart
If I played with my colorful flower as butterflies do
If I bend down to smell the fragrance of my flower
If I kissed her as bees do to get some sweet nectar
If I caressed as a cat does with a soft purr sound

Surely thoughts of sweetie makes my morning bright
I know that hope of meeting sweetie makes me want to live
I know that I will not fear to open my eyes to see today
I know that the window brings fresh air to freshen me today
I know that I have a morning to think about lovely sweetie

Have lovely thoughts and the day will be lovely

Submitted: Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, April 23, 2013
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