George Egba


Down Side Stream


Think of me down side stream
I seem lost I sink in my void
My weaken might holding you was a dream
Raining rocks of coldness wanting warm
Where there's void emptiness there's need
Hold my hands this coldness your charm
Chain our emotions our love shouldn't end
We want those memories
The idle lonely moments I was near
Beside closer when comfort flies
We try too late we show too little for love
Like everyone bears the batch to care
No one else has a heart for you from above
To keep your wishes desires I am thine
Stay with me I will miss your touch
Comfort care your smile with the zeal to kiss
Down side stream where the calm is much
And the days long i will feel the miss
Of your penetrating eyes that sees
Your passionate smile and nicely parted lips
That wet my aching tongue and set me free
You are a perfect gift let me add nothing else

Submitted: Monday, July 14, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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The heart of love

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