Treasure Island

Lauwo George

(Mbeya)

Cyber Angel


I was surfing through the Cyber Space and
stumbled upon an Angel. Not a disguised
type of Angel who is versed in the language
of romance, awaiting an opportunity to
pounce on and dissipate all my finances.

She happened to be in the Cyber not as
a desperate soul, outcasted into the vast
desert of forlorn, like many of us, to prey
on any lonesome man in sight in order
to quench and drench her desperation.

This Angel is my inspiring voice, that
gentle distant voice in my dreams, which
resonates whispers of hope and comfort
in my despondent heart, and communicate
affection every morning before I wake up.

I cannot wait for the day when our worlds
become one and the same. On that very day,
our hearts will open a new chapter, written
with ink of love, then align our fates and take
the first step towards a conjoined destiny.

Submitted: Monday, April 14, 2014

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So many human social activities are happening online, so is love and relationships.

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