Edward Kofi Louis
Supplication - Poem by Edward Kofi Louis
They fastened their feet into the stocks!
But let your eyes be wide opened to my supplication;
For i am in love with your muse,
But she persuaded me with her love and i stayed the night.
This fact cannot be denied because,
She was an eloquent woman;
But you ought to be very quiet and do nothing rashly,
Because there are many lights in the upper room for both of us!
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