Treasure Island

Biwot Kevin

(4/9/1994 / Kenya)

Sonnet 4


I love thy magnetic smile always to see
Of your seraphic smile were you ever told?
For of one thing all the angels can agree
That many would be bankrupt if your smile you sold
For princes from Eldorado would come
With many a treasure and much a gold
So that thy love they could try to charm
And at least see thy rare smile unfold
For different you are from the rose
That thy smile would never wither away
For even if our breath to Hades goes
Thy smile in nature’s memory will forever stay
Truly the will be none left my world to adorn
If thee and thy sweet smile are gone

Submitted: Sunday, September 01, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 02, 2013

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