Famoroti Odunayo Israel

Rookie (5th January,1988 / Ikere Ekiti)

The Day Silver Walked Into My Life

What I heard was a soft food
With tunes of gladness and Savour strings

It crept like a seasoned snail
Just like that?

Yes, just like that
From heaven I learnt she has the key
Driven by faith and faith through a sister
Hence, plugs a yes to long life
And prosperity knocked D-cake

Just like that?

Yes, can't wait to make a bed of roses
Just for two.

Submitted: Friday, August 01, 2014
Edited: Friday, August 01, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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Poet's Notes about The Poem

This is a love poem that celebrates the love affair between Aloba Kofoworola Aderayo and me. It was still fresh and evergreen as the field of the raining periods. I appreciate her because I cant say why i love her so much.

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  • Rookie Famoroti Odunayo (8/1/2014 5:40:00 PM)

    She needed explanation but if I search the bowels of this culmination, I might never been able to open my mouth for unknown reasons of loving you forever. I dare you. (Report) Reply

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