Francis G. Kariuki
The Woman Of My Dreams - Poem by Francis G. Kariuki
She was in my dreams yesternight,
Yes, The woman of my dreams,
Like magic she glowed and lit my heart,
With a warmth unbeknown to me before.
I held her at proximity,
Eyes locked n'hands so too,
Her beauty was my sun,
Her chacter my stars.
Oh how I'd searched,
Oh so long I'd sought,
In earnest and in passion,
Until I found her, my soulmate.
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