Seyi Rufus Oluwadare
Legally or illegally,
You send virus and bacteria to my system,
By-pass my firewall,
Break through my heart and
Stole my heart without owner's copy write permission.
Oh my people,
I have been hacked and hijacked Secretly and stealthy,
For my heart has been corrupted and impersonated with love and lust in conjunction with passion and emotion.
My stolen heart!
Where are you,
I need you but dont want you back and
never want to find you
Cause I believe you are safe and secure where you are.
Silently and surreptitiously,
Love slaves you and
Imprison you with capital pleasure and treasure.
Oh my stolen heart!
Always remember me where you are and not to say goodbye.
√ you have eaten my heart, baby..
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Poet's Notes about The Poem
She has stolen my heart and padlock it..
cause now am her Zombie
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