Edward Kofi Louis
Wangui - Poem by Edward Kofi Louis
Your roses of love to me in the summer,
And with the delicious meal set before me;
But like an archaeological findings in the land of love.
Slopes of a steepless fall!
And with a helping hand on my adventure;
But you are very elegant my sweet lover.
Recognise my presence and do love me for what i am,
For i cam from a home where the law is the rule;
And, i am like the living plant around you today.
I am Wangui and you are my lover!
And like the archaeological findings in the lan dof love;
But you are very elegant my lover,
And i am like the living plant around you.
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