Edward Kofi Louis
For All Races
My sweet love is far all races;
Living in Africa with the muse of my mind.
Read these writings and,
Reveal the interpritations! !
For, true love is not by words;
but rather, with actions!
You will understand this matter when,
True love touches your heart like the light from a torch!
For, love is not a decision.
With your sweet love in the land of joy;
For your sweet muse of love is now exposed to me,
And, i want to see your smile always.
Your sweet love!
Exposed before me;
My swett love!
exposed beofre you;
And, to all nations and languages,
However, this poem is for all races to learn from.
And like the foreplay;
But, the kingly throne of love and peace need your sweet muse,
For, true love is now waitinf for all of us in the land of joy!
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