Edward Kofi Louis
The Red Thing - Poem by Edward Kofi Louis
You wandered away from me and left me lonely,
So do bear your own consequences over there with your iniquity;
And like the red thing that i saw in your room last night,
For my hope is still in the hands of the Creator.
The tip of the pit is now like the dub of the bud,
But your gum left behind in the mug will never entice me;
For the gel on your right leg was like the loop in the pool!
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