Walk In Dear
Walk in dear
Do you fear?
Don't, come, just feel free,
It's only me, not two or three.
I've been chatting with loneliness
But here you are, my princess,
Wearing worrisome garment
And ever ready to wail and lament.
This is night not afternoon,
Sleep, for morning is coming soon.
Let me call on sleep
Let me call on darkness,
To befall us and keep,
For our bones have seen weakness.
Walk in my lovely dear
Come and sleep here,
Sleep off your troubles claiming right
Leave them with this ungodly night.
Let morning bring joy; joy with hope
For when morning comes,
Darkness will cry and will be in envelop.
So, feel free to be my spouse.
Udekwe Chikadibia Johnmary.
(No omen no Jeomen)
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