venessa ambrose

Rookie (12/01/1992 / lagos)

Red memories

Let me be all,
Let me take you away,
Let me steal your pains,
Let me bring you the heavens,

Its not honey comb,
Still I pray ur love will come,
And share my symphony,
Away from earth's acrimony.

Me and you in the dew,
Traveling the sky,
And journeying the earth,
In pleasure's boat.

Burning unending flame,
And singing odd tones,
Laying by the stones,
Never to be tamed.

This day in history does lay,
Like a mother's pride,
Or a lover's smile,
Inside my soul.

Steal all I have,
Yet you left me half,
The part of me,
Buried in the memories.

Submitted: Sunday, February 26, 2012
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