Micheal Nkemchor Nwabuoku


Annabel Lee Of The Pacific


Annabel lee

My dark and lovely Annabel lee
The lady beside the sea
My heart desire
The kind of woman I require

It's been long since I wrote you
But not a single second has passed in a day that I haven't thought of you
I write again to rekindle our love
This is a Divine order from above

Do not think of me as an unstable water
It is my way, i am just like my father
Do not see my desire as an illusion
I wasn't asleep, I saw us married in a live vision

This last stanza will be abnormal
It will have more lines than the other three
It will have no rhymes either
But It carries the true dagger of my heart
I love you fionuala jubrim
If not for finance
I would have brought you the ring of romance
Will you end this long torment?
Will you take me as I be?

Submitted: Thursday, February 13, 2014

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