Edward Kofi Louis
Cheema - Poem by Edward Kofi Louis
My life will always remind you of my name,
But you are like a rivalry to distinguish me from my muse;
For my tongue is tied up in matters like this!
And like your thoughts and of your shadows in the land of love,
But the test-tube babies are living around us.
When somebody breaks your heart,
Forgive him or her;
For i am Cheema and i have what it takes to satisfy you!
But be very wise to live on this earth.
The right info at the right time leads to success!
For the Sabbath had made me what i am today;
But your strange weather patterns are seen all around us.
I have your muse to swing with at times,
But i have to take care of my steps as well;
Because not all that glitters in this life is gold!
And like the memories of every man and every woman.
How can i easily desire you once again?
How can i go out and look for you?
For the rains came in and took your love away from me!
And all the four seasons are not enough to satisfy me.
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