Kingsley Olaleye Reuben


Our Time


The bud blossoms and a rose is born
And its beauty no one will scorn.
Time passes and it turns into dust,
Its petals have gone the way of rust
The stars shine and beauty they boast
From high above from city to coast
But even the stars meet their demise
And have no means to compromise.
When life is shared good times feel forever
So I searched for you and said “Let us be together”.
We may not be able to stop time
But we can make memories with each other sublime.
We may not be able to stop the earth from going round the sun
But your heart I hope to have won.
Everything is beautiful when you have someone for whom you care
And your life with that person you willingly share.
If you were mine each sunrise will look prettier than before
Your love in my heart I would store
And every sunset in your arms would last for all time
My heart yours-your heart mine.
I dream of that sparkle in your eye
And pray that as I kiss you time does not fly.
I hope that you will be mine,
So that we can enjoy our time.

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

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