Unrequited: Love Song Of Monty Poem by Monty Idumallab

Unrequited: Love Song Of Monty



In the diamond necklace, I'm the gold locket
wish you wore me around your slender neck
Pity, I am lying wasted in your treasure chest
Whisper in my ears, oh my dear, what's your fear?

Of your melodious heart, I am the lyrics
Wish you had found time to compose the tune
Pity, you were busy covering other's songs
Whisper in my ears, oh my dear, what's your fear?

I am the book of your wonderful, soulful life,
Wish you wrote the epilogue on my last leaf
Pity, you were busy editing others' short stories
Whisper in my ears, oh my dear, what's your fear?

I am the canvas, carrying your beautiful portrait
Wish you signed, framed and hung me on the wall
But paints have dried and I am still on the easel
Whisper in my ears, oh my dear, what's your fear?

I am the romantic tutu that you're wearing
the gloves, the pearls, the shoes and all that
But you are not glissading across the dance floor
Whisper in my ears, oh my dear, what's your fear?

What's your fear, of my dear, Whisper in my ears
Whisper in my ears, Whisper in my ears

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