Treasure Island

nnawuihe wisdom chisom

(04-10-1995)

Tell Her I Care


In gloomy thoughts i thin..........
In her eyes were tender gleams of light.....
A maiden of enchanting aura.....
A precious emerald.....
As i lay to write this long overdue poem, i ask 4 a bond of love.....
So entwined to hearty feelings.....
A maiden baked of immortal words.....
Attired in mortal beauty.....
A portrait from the stable of art with opulent beauty.....
Confined only within her own world.....
She's an epitome of disarming beauty.....
Silkily rich with teeth that gleam within curvy lips.....
Insomnia was my soulmate last 9t.....
As i pleaded with mother nature to exchange her 4 insomnia.....
For my heart was so entwined to this dear one...

Submitted: Thursday, January 23, 2014
Edited: Friday, January 24, 2014

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