Adetimilehin Inioluwa

Rookie (Ilesa, Osun State, Nigeria.)

She Couldn't Be Mine


As I was walking
down the fast lane avenue
the laughing shinning sun
has knocked my senses numb
a deteriment to my caked heart
but al i was thinking was
SHE COULDN'T BE MINE.

I sat for a test
i scored beyond average
my adventures were exciting
my tasks: self proving
my charisma was pleasing
my grades: brilliant
BUT SHE WOULDN'T BE MINE

Her beauty i once adore
her love once intoxicating
her smile i once desire
her royal pace i once did prefare
but to another she now belong
a no trespassing sign clearly nailed
SHE OUGHT TO BE MINE.

Submitted: Saturday, March 05, 2011

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