Peter Daniel Phiri
Hand Of Love - Poem by Peter Daniel Phiri
Behold, the dawn's sight sterneously replaces the stealthy night.
As night and day exchanges roles,
Darkness is maribound, it goes.
Crows and whores dissapear like snow balls.
Dusting off my flaws,
My heart melts and flows,
Like a river, it grows.
Is my suave nobility enough to make you my wifey?
Now I'm weary, I think about it daily.
My mind veers and falls,
Yesterday nears and nostalgia calls.
Joy and sorrow,
Love and fear, they are like peers.
Vehemence creeps in like fear,
Your beauty sways me.Is this a bout?
Conscience take control, no more merry go round.
With this kiss, there is a wish.
Feel the bliss, now your love leaks.
I ogle you with a lavish twinkle,
And from that fountain, I shall not drink little.
This vermal love is strong like alcohol.
Oh No! It's sublime, now everybody is like Whoa!
There is no protégé nor teacher,
Like laurels, great love does not wither.
Though the night may be strange like winter,
Morning will come with summer and flicker.
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