Solomon Bright Dankwa
The First Day - Poem by Solomon Bright Dankwa
The first day I caught a sight,
I thought you were an angel,
Up from the skies with a flight,
But on the land you dwell.
You were so sweet,
Wonderfully and beautifully made,
As you brightened from the apex to your feet.
There standing in the shade.
I saw my face in your charming eyes,
which rushed me into darkness,
Where nobody even sighs,
But not in the aura of loneliness.
Your lips were very cute
And naturally blood-red.
I stared, then ogled and gaped at once while mute
Over those magnificent features on the head.
I gave out some words first,
Finally that mouth opened and words gushed,
In answer she got something off her chest.
The sound hit me in the face like they crushed.
It vibrated in my ears.
Her voice as Lucifer.
Wished they remained there all my years.
The voice shook me in my loafer,
That day i beheld a creature,
I had never before seen.
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