Edward Kofi Louis
0.5 cm To Mark Off The Range
Real, rear, reap, really, react, read;
0.5 cm to mark off the range;
Reading, reach, reason, reaping, ready;
Thin, thing, think, thick;
Hold me out of this place;
Becuase, i am a star.
Of your love,
Of your tender lips on mine;
Very unique and pretty.
In my lovely garden with a call from a rabbit;
And, it came along to say hello to me.
Looking at it from the other side;
ear to ear to listen to your muse,
Year after year to learn from you.
Impossible is nothing.
With a fatal injury.
You can't always get what you want;
But, try to give help to the por always.
Our lovely home;
So, why are we destroying it today with hatred and war?
Bible, able, amicable;
True love is about us,
Living on this earth to share ist resources.
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