A Little Water Poem by Edward Kofi Louis

A Little Water



We've now seen each other's nakedness because of lust,
So rest yourself under this tree of love;
And let me give you a little water and a morsel of bread.
A tender and a fat calf,
We've seen each other's nakedness because of lust;
So come and live under the protection of my roof my sweet one!
And like the mixer of fine flour, butter and milk.
You are very beautiful in appearance and,
You do have delicate eyes!
But your bridal week will soon be over;
And this will be the story of our lives.

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