Solomon Bright Dankwa
My Lovely Friend. - Poem by Solomon Bright Dankwa
You were sent to me,
As the slave free to flee
To his only home to see.
My heart you paced to be.
Forever I shall love thee
Even if the sun and the Earth disagree.
Your smiles, they shove me to glee,
No matter how my tears creep to my knee.
You helped, cared, you loved, you made me free
Like the queen reverenced by the worker bee.
Be with me now-not a plea
Even for a seconds of three.
There to our island we shall be.
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