Just A Phone Call

Just A Phone Call

JUST A PHONE CALL

You may always have me to miss

And we may never always kiss

But it will always be okay

Cos I’m just a phone call away

All you got to do is dial

And hold on a short while

So you can get a connection

And we can start our conversation

Try not to dial the wrong number

Or you might be calling a plumber

Then we’ll never have this call

And your words won’t pass the wall

When our phone lines get connected

We’ll both get so excited

We might be lost for words

You might even stare at the birds

I’ll tell you how I miss your lips

And how I love your sexy hips

I’ll tease you to so much laughter

And make you smile thereafter

I’ll tell you how much I miss you

And you’ll know it’s really true

I’ll tell you I’ll be with you soon

By May ending or early June

Hopefully we’ll talk for long

Especially if the network is strong

Hope you’ll have a charged phone battery

So I could tell my lottery story

The line might get disconnected

Network failure should be expected

Then you might have to try again

And I hope it won’t be in vain

I really don’t like being out here alone

And having to talk to you only on phone

You know I’m doing this just for us

I’ll soon walk through your front doors

Till then I’ll love you, my angel

And treasure you above every jewel

If you ever have anything to say

Remember I’m just a phone call away



14 thoughts on “Just A Phone Call” by Geebee (@Gbenga-Olowosile)

  1. Emmanuella Nduonofit (@Emmanuella-Nduonofit)

    Gbenga, you try for your sing-song poem. You got potential. You for put Romance as a tag as well. Good poetry!

  2. Good. The lovers’re real lovers cuz of the things the poem talked about. Good writing. Hope the poem helped her ‘smile thereafter’. Keep it up.

  3. Awww… as a confirmed long-distance lover (LDL… LOL), I found this quite heart-warming. :)

  4. Geebee (@Gbenga-Olowosile)

    Thanks y’all.
    @ Emmanuella- I kinda forgot to put the tags and been trying to edit that part unsuccessfully.

  5. i love this poem,
    love the rhymes,
    love the delivery and most of all love the fact that it relates to modern days relationships where phone calls is a major player.

  6. Sweet! Me like.
    Question: Why doesn’t he call? The girl’s the one doing all the calling. Boyfriend, so not fair.

  7. VERY NICE…

  8. i like the musical flow of your poem. Simple and quite interesting to read. The end rhymes made good sense except for this one –

    “Hope you’ll have a charged phone battery
    So I could tell you I applied for the lottery”

    I feel the second line may be a bit forced. I guess it was the need to rhyme that addressed this

  9. you write well, real life application poetry, makes sense.

  10. Very lovely poetry..Like Emmanuella said, it has a sing-song feel to it as well..

  11. Nice poem.
    I echo Abby,the guy does not call?the girl is also a phone call away.

  12. …………………………………………………………………………………….
    I read with great relish
    licking every line like a dish
    becoming mesmerized with the lines
    sweet and really sweeter like cherished vines
    …………………………………………………………………………………….

  13. i love this writeup

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