Send my love a gift
There are moment I cherished
Wished not gone
Like the road only two can walk
With the night
Box of chocolates on the table
An evening around your oven
You sent my soul on an errand
Covered and soaked
Your fragrance leaves an imprint
Alabaster it is.
When our willing lips lock upside
Evoked new bodies
Magical, mythical, spine-tingling
I knew you know how mesmerizing
You invaded every part of my body
Took and carefully wet with honey
Gave me a reason
To be greedy holding you to myself
Night and day.
In the city where no blackouts
Someday how our garden will be
Than the attracted city Venice
Where I can call our home.
Please send my love this gift.
Daniel Ajayi is a Lagos born poet who writes anything not everything from the reading of nature. He enjoys researching, and had be learning about what makes life better. His works have appeared on Ovi Magazine, Tuck Magazine, Failed Haiku, Bravearts Africa, Voice Project, Aphelion Zinc, Sierra Leone Web, elsewhere.
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