Seyi Rufus Oluwadare


I Wanna Marry You


My young beautiful maiden,
I wanna marry you,
Cause you are the treasure that rises like a precious stone.

My young beautiful maiden,
I wanna marry you,
Cause you the pleasure that emerges like a sweetened honey.

My young beautiful maiden,
I wanna marry you,
Cause you the future of tomorrow that brightens like a moonlight and
Like stars of superstars.

My young beautiful maiden,
I wanna marry you,
Cause you the gift of nature that values like a beautiful mega talent.

My young beautiful maiden,
I wanna marry you,
Cause you the pasture of glory that nurtures like showers of blessing.

Hey baby!
Its beautiful now...
And I want it early...
Hey baby!
I wanna marry you.

Submitted: Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Topic of this poem: marriage


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©2014 Dedicated to my fiancé: Mudasiru OLAMIDE Joy...
I promise to marry you.

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