Can you see the starry sky Filled with billions of little Lights , lit just for us tonight? Do you feel the chill in the air— So that you can hold me close Hold me tight . As the wind plays softly With your hair I wonder..... If I say the words I’ve been Meaning to tonight, would you Consider it a complete blunder. The gentle swish and swoop Acts like a LULLABY , makes me Want to cuddle up to you.... I hope this is a start To something brilliant And something brand new — We’ve only known each Other a little while I know, But I’d do anything just For you to let me be Your beau. Contrary to the steady beat Of your heart , my own Is filled with anxiety and Flutters every time I think Of my vault into the unknown. I hope you’re there to catch Me as I leap onto the other side Because no longer do I feel the need to, From you my feelings hide .... Poured out onto a sheet This is my LOVE LETTER to you That talks of my life’s greatest desire Filled with the scent of ROSES few. I wonder why people akin Love to a disease .... Because if this is love every Moment I’d like to seize To tell you how much I adore, Respect and admire you too How much I like your little Quirks, how much I love you
I am the princess of roads and streets, Wrapped in the velour of dirt, my personality greets, I do not have a diamond tiara adding to my grace, The only jewel I wear is my emarald eyes and smiling face.
The harshness of the passers by couldn't snatch my charm, A bowl of hopes in one and nurturing starvation in another arm, I swallow my thirst like a glass of old wine, Waited all my life for a miraculous turning point of mine.
O! But so stupid was I, never knew, never ever realised, Dreams aren't meant for the eyes, with poverty that are paralysed, He used to pass daily through that lane in his car, Dropped more than I desired in my bowl of scar.
He claimed that he loved me and his love was true, He was the prince Godsend to pull me out of my days of blue, Very soon I sat next to him in the car, crossing the same streets, Not for begging, but enjoying his sweetness, lovely treats.
We completely forgot that we were still unmarried, We lived our lives like a couple, his child I carried, But destiny was a foe and remained until last, It dugged out my misfortune and enliven my past.
He broke all promises and merged with the soil, A major car accident was the reason for the spoil, Months passed by and my labor hit me finally, I became the mother of a son whose father silenced eternally.
The unborn I carried, didn't abort though I had the option, As I didn't want to kill the sign of my love, resting peacefully, Breast-fed my baby once before giving away for adoption, To a barren couple who would give all the luxuries to my son, like a royal family.