Adepoju Kolawole


Friendship


Hands folded over necks
Legs crisscrossed in a jolly waltz
Eyes smiling with life
And brimming with pride
bustling ripples of trapped joy in the heart
Flowing like milk and honey cramped
And everybody stared
The innocence of youth
Appalling to the eyes
The untamed minds
Basking in their euphoria
Even nature smiled at them
The golden threads of the sun
Solemnizing their communion
The diamond stream capturing their essence
The azure sky reveling blueness
The subtle winds whistling along softly
Caressing their cheeks briskly
Just there and then
Something clicked
Perfection was reborn
The true state of life

Submitted: Sunday, September 08, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 09, 2013

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