Segun Adebiyi

(11-06-1995 / Lagos, Nigeria)

The arrow in your heart


Love is a deep touch of feelings.
Life could be so sweet when you are in love.
When you fall in love, about others?
You care less.
What your hope is, for your love to be till eternity.

You get deeply in love,
That your lover puts an arrow in your heart.
You feel you both made a commitment, but
Your lover takes you, not for who you are.
Bitterness then comes upon your heart.

The fact you are alive,
This makes you hopeful as you wait.
You believe, your future awaits you.
This time...Not for who you are, but
For it that is in you.

Submitted: Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, August 21, 2013

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