The Balcony Flower Damsel - Poem by Olorode Olorunleke
A walk down the aisle my feet embarked
With mindset the beautiful world to view
My heart fill and echo the song of butterflies and
up aloft the flower balcony a damsel my eyes
Intending to make life of that which I see.
With a smile Ekaasan my greeting to her was,
Wrapped with smiles natural was my greeting
What an Oyelude smile that made beauty so natural
and world alive
Better than the flower on our balcony that makes
the world sway
In my head was the thought that it's the very
mother of beauty that puts it up for earth glow.
But my eyes and heart battle the word 'no'
Cos it's the damsel before the balcony flower that
makes the difference.
In the twinkle of an eye, my heart desires to long
more for her a million years.
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