Kweku Atta Crayon

Rookie - 10 Points (17th October,1990 / Prestea-Western Region of Ghana)

Face Of Facebook


Many beauties my eyes have seen
Of school, work and movie scenes
Facebook has its own but many with face paints
Sometimes I see, laugh and even faint

But

You
Benedicta Agweh


I love your vivid, lovely smiling face
Lips spread wide with no lipstick trace
In your eyes, I can name a Queen
I can watch all day if its you on the screen
Love your long, lean and laughing legs
Not wearing those painful high heel skegs
Nigeria has many good and better to boast
But your likes are best and every man's toast


Its first time speaking my mind
Listen, if you can clearly hear
That your beauty is more beautiful
than that which your picture brings
Yes, is true, I saw that in your words

I see your pictures and I don't comment
it is because they set my mind dancing

and it doesn't stop to write

That slender body of yours
Not only models, but my bad days it cures

You don't know what you done for me

You push my mornings from worst to best
With this miracles in your teeth
Keep smiling to my profile

lest I lose all my friends



Now

To my Face of Facebook
Eat, drink, exercise and stay natural

Make-up comes from old french fry grease

Glamour says it's good but I say 'geez'

What woman would ever want that nasty stuff

When your natural beauty is more than enough

So spend your money on natural good looks

And ignore those insane marketing crooks


YOUR BEAUTY IS SIMPLY BEAUTIFUL

Submitted: Wednesday, February 05, 2014

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