Treasure Island

ONOJA ANTHONY

(30th, november 1988 / JOS NIGERIA)

My Impetuous Lover


Far back behind the wheels of time, soul to soul we hold each other high.together we thight the platform of love pay back time will never count on us! never blame princess when she lost her crown, time speed so fast, now against my joy.I wakeup this morning with her but late in the evening she slips away, how can I make thee my soccerer? when time bewitched my love from you; make me look like a great foe, turns me to scarecrow before thy face.makes me ugly than a demon, terrible than anguish of hell, devour with anger I became the scornful enemy of her past! though thy love died years ago, thy thoughts spam mines of endless thoughts, this bewild mystical weapon desinate to conqure time.yes it always emanate like naked dream in spotless jungles of time!

Submitted: Monday, July 23, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, July 24, 2012

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When I lost my first love Christy, our love late became an illusion, hate and decite! she turns out to be a shadow of herself.

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