Onyekachukwu Vincent Onyeche

(4th October / Asaba, Nigeria)

Tales Of A Wife: Mrs Onyeche


The girl I would love to marry
Must be as clean as a child
White eyes, white teeth
All but any coloured hide skin

The girl I would love to marry
Must be clean inside as out
White heart, amazing hands
A willing type for prosperity

The girl I would love to marry
Must be serious as death
A never over demanding like life
Wish it is so easy to find

The girl I would love to marry
Must be as Jesus's Mary
Wish I could marry a virgin
All eyes on us when we pass by

The girl I would love to marry
Must be willing to bow, loyal to
Africa moral and biblical rules
Well protected and un-touch

The girl I love to marry is born everyday
And like Bongos Ikwe
I'm still searching
For my Mrs Onyeche.

Submitted: Saturday, December 28, 2013

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