Treasure Island

Edward Kofi Louis

(13th October 1961 / Accra, GHANA)

Menon


Of pleasant days gone behind,
I am 40 years old and i am glad to be married;
So be submissive to me to receive my muse of love,
And like the chocolate factory in your land.
Hot chocolate!
Chocolate love;
What is sweeter in the blues is all with an aroma!
And, i have the Cocoa Pods ready for you.
Meon is my name and i am eating an ice-cream from an Island! !
So be very submissive enough to meet my blossomed flowers;
For my love is now in the eating.
Offer me peace and i will feed you with my love,
For you are my beautiful lily;
And, i am the ripen apple among the fruits of love!
However, with treasures hidden in this field.

Submitted: Monday, February 13, 2012
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