Edward Kofi Louis
Copulation - Poem by Edward Kofi Louis
Young and old by the storm of the heart,
And with the attractions of the forest to swing the muse;
But she has the most wonderful breasts and body.
Relationship needs behaviour and like your own tea cup,
But do examine yourself before you tango!
And do not be ashame of yourself when you have to learn.
To love me deep like my pituitary;
And with the shows of the exhibitions of your sweet heart.
You are so beautiful by all standards and,
Lovable as the moon!
But try to have the notes of love and to learn the rules.
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