Buyunde Acura Sylivester

(8/10/1990 - Date / Kenya, Western province)

All For Dorcas


It's now what we call,
A long period to recall,
but short to remember,
the late eve of December,
But that was before I met you,
Though I had a clue,
That your name's Dorcas!

A wish that you be,
My most heart's hobby,
Since I yearned to have,
You and to Love,
Who you are in many a way,
But darling you couldn't say,
That your name's Dorcas.

In a cool outfit,
I made myself fit,
So as to make a systematic,
Approach towards you in Majestic,
Style like a ghost of prey,
Just after a morning-night pray (s) ,
That your name's Dorcas.

It took me a bulky expenditure,
It caused me a sharp growth of temperature,
You can tell, it gave me pressure,
To excavate you, my treasure,
Later, I got your real name,
Which in it made fame,
That your name's Dorcas.

And is like you expected my arrow,
To hit you my hunted sparrow,
Or saw me before I knew,
Or you took a quick view,
At my heart,
Now you were so, very alart,
That your name's Dorcas.

A beautiful woman of eternity,
You made me drive a car of insanity,
Just because I needed your attention,
Even if it meant the whole nation,
should wait. Did they just see?
At last I met you at the bank of sea, (where you admitted :)
That your name's Dorcas.

In you I've made my custody,
And to Love you am ready,
My name, your name,
Will get rid of our shame,
Now that we plan to have a tie,
Of the knot, and that's not lie (I believe)
Your name's DORCAS!

Submitted: Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, March 05, 2013

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Written it to curb a real event on how I met my darling. Am here seated with her as am typing this. cool to have and love

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