mark nwagwu

Rookie - 6 Points (17 May,1937 / Obetiti Nguru Nigeria)

Love Never Says Enough - Poem by mark nwagwu

Timeless Self to boundless Other
two identities in full definition
ministering mystery of verdant creation
two souls spiced in spiritual wonder
brewed in the soup of heavenly splendour
in the beginning of the eternal dinner

What do I serve you the One asks the Other
the virtues all flowing in sweet surrender
adorn your soul with my sleeves of wine
crafted on shirts consecrated on Shrine

Thanks my dear just give me beer
'cause my throat by fortitude is tough
my coat of hope to love it steers
pour faithful beer and that's just enough

Sorry my dear you seem to be full
you gave me enough I know you are rough
let's start again this dinner for fools
the Chef confides love ne'er says Enough


Comments about Love Never Says Enough by mark nwagwu

  • (7/26/2008 3:35:00 PM)


    I loved the message and the sentiment. I'm just not overly impressed by the presentation of these wonderful things. That's why I gave it a nine instead of a ten. Had I been impressed by the presentation, I would have given the special 10.

    GW62
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  • (6/19/2008 3:22:00 AM)


    love the feeling in this piece...simple love, like a beer, is the most refreshing...beautiful work (Report) Reply

  • (6/18/2008 3:16:00 PM)


    hee hee... splicing.... I don't know if I there is enough segmentation for all the Kinky Planz you lot appear to have for me on this site.... nano-surgery may do it... bondage... well I know I am at least very tongue tied.. over your comment...... aroha...
    Have chosen your lines and added to mine from my poem, Love never says Enough (posted today) : don't know if the splicing holds us in place -somehow; one in the other - the ultimate paasge that defies bondage....
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  • (6/18/2008 11:11:00 AM)


    A very well written piece, it flows beautifully and indeed love never says enough, thanks for sharing 10
    Lynda xx
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, June 18, 2008



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