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Victor Ekpo

(1 Sept 1986 / Calabar)

On the Lane


Walking majestically on the lanes of love
I found a beauty that surpassed the sun
A beauty that shone from in and out
And its beauty could easily be too bright to behold.

I found myself under a shade
A shade that only God could have provided
And from there could view this beauty
This beauty of love, peace and hope.

I now know this beauty is mine
What God proposes is what is here
I fully wish you agree to stay here with me
In this light of your beauty

We would make a happy pair
A fruitful and prosperous one
I promise you my all and hope you do
And I know this love will never part

Submitted: Wednesday, July 12, 2006
Edited: Saturday, August 14, 2010
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