Edward Kofi Louis

Bronze Star - 5,187 Points (13th October 1961 / Accra, GHANA)

Salt and Pepper To My Taste


Salt and pepper to my taste,
And like boys and girls around me;
Salt and light to my wisdom,
And like your love and the romance around me;
But, i can't wait to sleep on my own bed without economics.

Of the very thin line between love and hate,
Thin, thing!
In the line of duty;
But, i can't wait to sleep on my own bed without economics.

Of the vast lines between home and abroad!
But, you are my queen and you deserve my cream;
So, sing and laugh when you have sweet love around you.

Salt and pepper to my taste!
I do have my humble coat in my humble abode;
So, row and flow when you have peace around you!
But, not like a Knight with a crooked talbe.

Submitted: Friday, February 22, 2013
Edited: Friday, February 22, 2013
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