Aladeloba Babatunde

Jul 4, 2016

1 min read

You are Beautiful

My gaze would last a lifetime.

In your arms, I awake again,

Splashes of love abundance,

I want to wake you,

I never just catch you sleep.

My hands entwined for prayers,

U just stare with emerging smile layers,

Bath slipped, you stopped a stumble,

That’s awe, I just did bubble.

Eyes of the ladies you whispered,

Temptation is real, Pray along,

Evil delicacy is appetizing, need beyond strong,

On the wings of mercy, door ajar.

Filled with thoughts of eloping,

Home is again hoping,

Dusk just never starts at noon,

Your image drawn on the moon.

Stained palm, thoughts vainly,

Crippling for the shower,

In awe, amazed by embrace thirst,

This blood recipe, the cleansing joker.

Swaying hips nor piquant hairline,

No almond eyes or peeking toes,

No Tangy lips, halcyon tunes I hear not,

How time waits, I can’t stop my gaze.

Loving-kindness, wealth of mercy,

Horn of righteousness, Grace unusual,

Garment of splendor, Love boundless,

My sweet saviour, you are beautiful.

Freelance Writer | Teenage Life Coach | Christ Lover

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