Byron Cornell Ford II

Rookie ((May 13th,1988- / New York)

Day Our Eyes Came To Meet - Poem by Byron Cornell Ford II

The day our eyes came to meet
I never layed on eyes on another so sweet
All previous lovers were full of trechery and deceit
But you were as honest as concrete
You weren't in it for action under the sheets
Never thought a country gal would want a man from these streets
Your the long-awaited beat
and I'm a Poet with the flow
your whole body is artwork from head to toe
the type of art so impressive you'd inspire Vincent Van Gogh
and I've been feeling you since a long time ago
I was just waiting for myself to wake up
Your face was beautiful and you wore no make up
The love i had was nearly pumping out of my chest
I met you in church so I know I'd been blessed
and my heart nearly went into a cardiac arrest
The day I made that lover's request
And my lover said yes


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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 19, 2005



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