Should You Take My Hand - Poem by Wesongah David
Should you take my hand,
Ever dare take my hand,
In Holy Matrimony,
Never Let go-Never ever let go.
Should you Find it too wrinkly,
Never dare dropp it,
Should you discover its coarseness,
Just in case you didn't know,
Never stop Holding it.
For Thee's sake, never!
Should you take my hand in association,
Eloping or marriage civil,
Never let go, Never ever let go.
For should you volunteer to,
Then bound by thee for hell or heaven,
The fury that we face hand in hand,
Just never think of letting go.
But should you take my hand,
And let go,
Then God Forbid! ! !
For all the trouble of having taken it.
For if you let go, ever let go,
Then you shall know no peace.
Never Know peace,
If you let my hand go.
Never know peace!
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