Seyi Rufus Oluwadare


Power Of Voice


When a Voice whisper from you,
My heart always GO GAGA.

Soft Angel Voice from you,
Like a cool breeze always partition
my brain to roam like an electron.

The Beautiful gate of my heart is always
open with your voice awaiting the
Control command to perform.

When you speak to me,
I feel fresh and new to the
depth of life and living.

Your singing voice alone can
Collapse the walls of JERICHO
And To believe,
It can cause sun to set and rain to fall,
Can open heaven to saints
And always do storm my mind.

Power is in your voice,
Can I hear your voice again
to do and undo.

Power is in your voice
To create and destroy
Can I hear your voice again
To start and stop.

Power is in your voice
To invent and discover
Power of voice is also like
Power of love.

Submitted: Friday, May 02, 2014
Edited: Thursday, July 17, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Poem written on May,2014
In the morning after Calling my girlfriend.
She has sweet voice. Lovely.
Dedicated to Mudasiru OLAMIDE Joy.

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