Love Speaks - Poem by Ejalonibu Abraham
I saw the love when my heart is pumping,
Walks as if she is hooting.
Walks on storm and sea.
Her face full of glimpses of the moon,
And with winning smiles.
Then, am dancing in pins
With red milk of grief,
And milch is totally glue.
But when i saw her,
Everything flee away,
Because of her breath in break
Her heart in beak,
Her eyelids blink, blink
Through the glimpses of the noon.
The love have been tinglinged in my heart that can never stop.
Peopl have abhor me when i talk about love
They don't know that
If i speak about love,
It's because love speaks.
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