Treasure Island

Ejalonibu Abraham

(22/08/2013 / Osun state)

More Than A Friend


I looked through the window
And saw in the skies
I saw beautiful blues
Of your beautiful eyes
When i saw the mole
At left side of your nose,
It was as if cold was descending on my head.

When the mirror struggled
Reflecting beauty such as hers,
I felt as if spiders were
Crawling across my spine towards my neck.

As she sing song, her voice
Swept the face of the mind like sea breeze on the cold night.
When the moon decides to peep
Into the soul of the ocean
And became a lantern for the lonely fisherman.
Your thought soothes my soul
Because you are doing
Wonder like rod of moses.
I love that.

Please can we be more than a friend,
Can we be one +one = one,
Please can we be more than a friend.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, February 12, 2014
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