Edward Kofi Louis

(13th October 1961 / Accra, GHANA)

'Mother-Earth And Father-Heaven'


Life!
Dare to be different in a positive way;
Muse!
Deep under the earth;
Love!
In the Red Garden;
Bare, dare!
With the muse of your love.

Lady Dai!
In the Red Garden of love;
Muse!
With 'Mother-Earth and Father-Heaven';
Love!
With the sweet formula of peace;
Leading to unity and joy.

Sweet love!
Sweet formula;
With the beauty of your muse,
But, try to be different in a positive way.
Life!
Like sunflowers and bees;
And, of the past! !
With the images of yesterday.

Love!
Like sunflowers and wasps;
Life!
A lair is not trusted;
Life!
Pass the truth on that many may know;
Honey, money!
With the sweet muse of true love;
And, with the joy of your love in the Red Garden.

Submitted: Monday, October 07, 2013
Edited: Monday, October 07, 2013

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