Adeola Babalola

Accept Me The Way I Am.

Let me take it from here my lady.
Like Peter and Paul
at the beautiful gate
i might not be able to offer.

That i stand at this point,
in the middle of d savannah,
the heart of the igbo dudu
and my father's backyard,
will bear me withness that i searched.

I searched until my shoes
began to dance to the right and left.
The salsa dance
Trying to get u a flyin horse
and a golden knight harmon.
The Cindarella's gown
to adore your skin.

But your wish do not ride.
So take me as i am.

Poem Submitted: Wednesday, February 15, 2012

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  • Rajendran MuthiahRajendran Muthiah (2/15/2012 2:59:00 PM)

    An enchanting atmosphere the poem creates! Fantastic! Take me as I am-a youthful burst!

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