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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

MY VAL(a poem by Sunsampaul Egwu)

Baby, you're the treasure that I seek
When I look you I get my muse not like muse-sick
I know you can't see stars like your elder sisters

I know you've working class parent
Hustling and working to pay rent
But today I'll paint your lips with kisses
I'll bath you eternal love

You will be my leader
So when we've a daughter you'll lead her
Your parent won't call you defaulter
Just because you're their  daughter

Baby, your love dey do me like aboki man suya
Ask Ikechukwu Emeson, him go tell you say,
Your love dey high me pass Hennessey
I love you no b for mouth
I will drink metaphor
Just to prove I won't let your metal fall
Because you are my val.

©Sunsampaul Egwu'Philosopher