Kayode Benjamin Benorosco
Cypresselly (An Ode) - Poem by Kayode Benjamin Benorosco
I knew her.
Cursed with beauty.
Graded a mortal.
Blessed with wordz,
Too gud a human.
An Angel in mortals eye,
Piercing hearts like fints.
A godess to tag,
More beautiful as age sags.
I write of Her.
Heavens mortal gift,
With the dulcet voice like a tit.
Chaste hearted being.
A fray free friend.
A mother in the make, a daughter,
A gud gaily gag gracing girl.
I paint Her picture.
A cypress to nature.
Unlike an elm,
Her leaves so smooth and beautous.
An Angel i tag Her,
A friend i made Her.
A boon to maidenhood,
With joyfull hopes of motherhood.
A maiden, A princess, A queen.
In my thoughts, in a poem, in my dreams.
I know her, i write about her, i paint her picture.
A mermaid at guess, a mortal cypress to nature.
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