Etudaye Musa Abdulazeez

Rookie - 451 Points (11/01/1996 / Idozumi Okene Kogi State, Nigeria.)

Her Love In Distinct Hues - Poem by Etudaye Musa Abdulazeez

Indeed, I wish to hallow
Our love to the world's
Men, like a Gold shiny in yellow;
But where to begin even with words!

That same way
The earth is wash away;
The intense rain.
She washed away my NO previous pains.

Her love in distinct hues
Without pause can wane away my blues.
Her reputation to me a necessity;
The name of a noble city.

Her beauty Her visage
An African brown.
And alike to mine, her age.
At her, my first sight, a fancy crown.

Her beauty, Her words, Her qualities so might.
Like the blueish sky very bright;
Such that in the darkest point at night
Can up up a starry bright white light.

Though not for beauty I love;
Not for beauty I call her my dove.
Must I, but tell her beauty,
A splendor so hearty.

Today as I set to know
Design of me in her, my fate;

As Greatly a wish to hear not NO,
As Greatly, wish her my soulmate.

Topic(s) of this poem: beautiful, girl, life, love, romance

Form: Sonnet


Comments about Her Love In Distinct Hues by Etudaye Musa Abdulazeez

  • Jazib KamalviJazib Kamalvi (9/16/2017 8:36:00 PM)

    A sublime start with a nice poem, Musa. You may like to read my poem, Love And Lust. Thank you. (Report)Reply

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  • Adilson PintoAdilson Pinto (6/14/2017 5:32:00 AM)

    Is not this a beautiful poem? ? ? O yes! ! ! Romantic and full of sensibility! Women always are the best inspiration for the poets! They are really our muses! It is not thus my young poet? You have deep talent, surely! A great hug! (Report)Reply

    Etudaye Musa Abdulazeez(6/26/2017 5:21:00 PM)

    indeed, they are.
    Really appreciate your words.
    Thanks.
    You can read my MEATARIANS, MR INJUSTICE

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 11, 2017



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