Wilfred Mellers

Veteran Poet - 1,784 Points (March 5,1962 / Kinston, Jamaica, West Indies)

Back It Up Dj - Poem by Wilfred Mellers

Back It Up DJ
Written by: Wilfred Mellers, September 2,2015


Woke up this morning with you on my mind
Precious the love tender and kind
The goddess in you I find
Hold up, back it up, and rewind
Glorious the things that you remind
Ink on paper my name I signed
Although some will still try to undermine
You still send shivers up and down my spine

Back it up deejay come again
She's more than a lover she's my best friend
She's the one that I can depend
With her, there's no need to pretend
Love letters to her I'll send
Ingredients she's the ultimate blend
She more than you can comprehend
For this life she transcends

Woke up this morning with a smile on my face
All the pain vanished without a trace
What a feeling I'm in such a good mood
Changed perspective on how things are viewed
Nirvana I'm in that special place
She erased all that empty space
You are always in my every thought
For you're that woman that I've always sought

So back it up deejay come again
She's more than a lover she's my best friend
She's the one that I can depend
With her, there's no need to pretend
Love letters to her I'll send
Ingredients she's the ultimate blend
She more than you can comprehend
For this life she transcends

So I'm dreaming of the life that we could spend
Joy and laughter in our life will never end
For you brought back the life in me
For you are all and everything that I see

Back it up deejay come again
She's more than a lover she's my best friend
She's the one that I can depend
With her, there's no need to pretend
Love letters to her I'll send
Ingredients she's the ultimate blend
She more than you can comprehend
For this life she transcends

Topic(s) of this poem: joy


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Poem Edited: Friday, September 16, 2016


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