Taiwo Obiyele

Rookie (15th June 1982 / Lagos, Nigeria)

Carolyn - Poem by Taiwo Obiyele

You came into my life like words written on water
You crept into my heart like lover ready to stay
Your kisses are sweeter than honey
And your bosom is better than the finest pillow
Your look is innocent and your walk is of a queen

I see a combination of gorgeousness and brain in you
A beauty that came forth from kampala the source of Nile
Oh I have seen an African queen in the queen’s land
My heart feels at home no space for other
Oh I have seen my true love I shall give u my love

I gave my love to Carolyn a liar and a cheat
I gave my love to Carolyn she went away with it
I am left with no love to give to no one
Your lies make my heart bleed
And your deceptive look makes me cry

I have loved the one who likes to flirt around
I have loved a heartless woman
When I remember your lies I cry like a baby
When I hear your deceptions I feel so sorry
You flirt with men right in my nose

Many times you are caught I forgave you
I thought you would change but no
Still you say give me some time to flirt
Oh I am doomed Carolyn derives pleasure
In infidelity what a shame for a prostitute

You came into my life like words written on water
But you left like words engraved on iron
The mark you left can not be erased
The wound you left cannot be healed
Carolyn you broke my heart

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, June 15, 2006

Poem Edited: Thursday, June 15, 2006

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