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Poem by Akinwale Peace: Love toast

Akinwale Peace

"Love toast"

When I was alone, lonely and single,
Of times schedules stole friendship I might mingle,
Let those times I'd felt alone and lonely jingle;
Explaining my gladness like the lion of the jungle
'xampling a victorious life when I met her angle.

Tell them you've met me, Yes me!
Of all the treasures in the beauty inn.
Say to me "I'll always love you,"
I have a thing worth more than you,
Now you're shaking, its my love and heart shared between me and you.

(these lines are in Shakespearian language)

Woe betide the darkness of the earth
of which they've withheld lov'ng hearts.
Let my future dance cos I'm happy;
Esp cos I'm with you Lady charming;
'xampling a life with you is a glad feeling.

To whom will thou wish "blissful"?
Of whom shall I tell of thy love that's peaceful?
Seen of drunken passion that hypnotize me
in and scribble me like solitaire in
no game but love that is real.

When I speak, it's no lie,
Of my lips, it sings of a good life,
Life to be spent with you,
Enjoyable life that'll be love full,
'Xcuse me!: I'm in love with you.

Thou art wonderful amidst men;
Of the smiles, you've the greatest
like of an angel; you're the angel
in my heart and my world till the end,
Nothing will stop my love for thee.

What I see at the sky is the soft smile
of my wife; The angelic smile of my wife,
Let my heart fail, your smiles will heal me (and)
elucidate the mystery of your love for me,
'Xcuse me!: I love you dearie.

Thou art profess thy sincerity with words,
Of which I awe at thy words.
Seeing you spell my world peace,
In you, I'm something special like the sky;
Now we're one and everlastingly worthy to smile.

Wow! Because we're in love, let birds sing the chorus
Touch me and let's dance like warrior.
Of a contest will it be?
Of the victory it will be.
I'll always love you
I'll never leave you.

"words from the innocent mind"
                 Philip Peace

"Dedicated to Mr and Mrs Okunlola on their wedding day".
Happy married life.

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