One And Only - Poem by kwane Lamb
How fair your skin under God's great moonlight Again giving you top billing... Not concerning my plight. They say most people are good at heart... Without you I (wander) wonder how that could have start. You are the mighty tree in God's paradise, And all the beauty which surrounds the garden grounds. One and only, a Queen of queens... In a garden fresh with beings. If I were to make a wish.You ask what could it be? What else but you a special dish, Given by God to me. One and only You are By far Today's living star. I ponder not, nor wander(wonder) who you are... That one and only created for man... Woman, YOU.
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