Seyi Rufus Oluwadare
Beautiful Appearance Ii - Poem by Seyi Rufus Oluwadare
What can I say
How can I explain it
I'm in a bad situation
That's hard to escape
It's like a violent storm &
It's like a raging wind
Day and night
I've been awake
Don't know how to explain how beautiful you appear.
I've been cursed to be caught up in this maze, Alas!
A lonely lass,
Unique and desirable
Your enrapturing charm turns all heads whenever you goes and sparkles like precious stone.
Your dazzling eyes carry a world dreams.
Flirtatious swagger in your walk sprinkles the air with sandalwood scented body.
The vision of you sets my heart aflame.
Your face is Moon bright, sun shining and like stars of superstars.
Your eyes is like a gazelle.
You her beautiful and
As sweet as honey.
My beautiful maiden
I have fallen for you... Alas.
A sweetened skewer
Has pierced my heart... Alas.
So Choco and fair
You are a spicy lass.
The Belle of the ball in the dancehall party.
'You are just to beautiful in appearance.
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