Treasure Island

hiba thairi


Eve and Adam


he said:
to make you love me, what should i do?

answered craftly:
all that amiable things that you can't do

with vanity:
don't you know that i'm an agreeable amourous

gently replied:
i dont think i am that poor credulous

he:
i can see in ur eyes just despite

she:
i will stop that when u will stop fight

he
to win ur heart infront of the whole world i will proclaim

she:
never that will make me exclaim



under fight and despite
there was a light of strange delight


under hate s fire and that quagmire
there was a hidden desire

that was a special desire
it is the love fire

Submitted: Saturday, December 10, 2011

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  • Yosra Baidi (12/19/2011 2:27:00 PM)

    hiba you know i love all your poems, and this one is specefic
    it gives the story of adam and eve another view beyond the speritual one
    good work carry on dear (Report) Reply

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