abdoolmaleaque oladunni


Miss Wonder


A lady of character
A lady of care
A lady of adorable and classic voice
A lady of fun

She walked pass my way
Left with my heart unknowingly
She seems to be filled with surprises
She seems to be funny
She seems to move swiftly like a maidens cat

Her eyes sends a note to the mind
A note that sends a beep to the brain
A beep that makes the heart pound
A beep that makes you feel...
she is the best thing that can happen to you...

Submitted: Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 11, 2013
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the poem 'MISS WONDER' came just like a normal thing... i wanted to send an appreciation text to a girl i was falling in love with, i looked everywhere for something to describe how am feeling but nothing came up. Then i started to remember how funny she is, how beautiful her eyes looks, how lovely she looks, how wonderful she is. Then i just started writing exactly how i was feeling at that moment... that was how i got the poem out...

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