Quir Diing Jr.

Rookie - 214 Points (1994- to date / Kong'or, South Sudan)

The Fairy Tale Of Prince Aquelxayv - Poem by Quir Diing Jr.

AQUELXAYV: I came as your ever most innocent guest
Unrevoked my words my queen if I may
Only to ask for a piece of your heart
MONALISA: Had had many innocent guests before, welcome!
Be my good guest, remember to leave earlier
I am not a wood; I will bleed if you cut me heart.
AQUELXAYV: My queen, my knife is sharpened at both ends
Thousand chariots of king and men on horses
Bear me witness, expect no drop of blood.
MONALISA: I have tried to send you my heart
All in all “I love you” expresses it all.
There is no gentleman in you. Leave me alone!
AQUELXAYV: I went as far as Jupiter riding on horse
On moon I hopped, in search for love.
You are the most magnificent woman I have met.
MONALISA: You may cry diamond jewels
Gold and silver wares can’t win me either.
Your might can’t do any. I need a real man.
AQUEULXAYV: A gentleman of my time I am.
The blue sky above this roof bears my heart witness
Am on my knees, give me a chance, give me love.
MONALISA: My love, I felt the vermilion roses of your garden
Your yummy and yucky lies remain the truth
Let me believe in you for now

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Topic(s) of this poem: Love


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Poem Submitted: Monday, July 1, 2013

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 3, 2014


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