Her Heart - Poem by RENAISSANCE CHIDOZIE
Among the swarm of fledging eaglet, must, my mouth broach, whenever she whirl,
Wink, pink brows show innocent gesture of lonely home girl,
whence she appear, come wilful wiles, buzzing around to infect her with promiscuity,
Blushes a bit, she may, or not, call their effort, negativity.
But, the shine of her heaven stone, towards me, relief all doubt,
The magical wave of her fresh finger, almost entice me to pluck my magnanimous heart out,
This love like a magnet, cannot traverse
while i stand like iron on the south pole,
Oleaginous not, her eyes burn like furnace emiting charm role.
Even if another man, her heart code inset, I will secretly like hacker breakthrough the vault,
Steal her privacy and make away with fulfilment leaving no traceable fault,
Writing, all my days for her, for the future to inherit,
Taking it, to the end of the world, a love of material and non-material merit.
Her heart, i will seek for the rest of my stay,
Till on her round neck, dwells a gold bearing boldly my name, may.
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