I Love Her

I Love Her

Then I wrote:
‘To her, the one that replaces living
In my giving state of her staying’
Confused in love,
She repeated the shout for interpretation.
Then I wrote:
‘Then a season will come,
We shall, like falcons
Stroll along the smiling face of the sun’

Burnt in the shelter of wondering;
She leaned her sleeping head.
Then I wrote:
‘This could be the one I love,
Because I love her.
A session shines across this busy lifeline of mine
No one crawls to my dying bosom for an awkward touch’
In tears she replied,
“May I be the one to love you, my lord?’
Standing tall in the lust of my flesh, I declared…
Yes! She is the one I love.

 

Note: This was written since 2008. lol! I am no longer in love oh



10 thoughts on “I Love Her” by Nwilo Bura-Bari Vincent (@saintvinny)

  1. Lol…you sound very confused. Not the poem itself…but the comment attached.

    So…basically you’re saying what you really felt was lust not love…no?

    You do well.

  2. Confused indeed

  3. You need love in your life may be it will calm your lust and obsession for sex.
    The poem… Well.. I kinda found the Note more interesting.

  4. below is the only part that made this a poem for me.

    ‘Then a season will come,
    We shall, like falcons
    Stroll along the smiling face of the sun’

  5. Cool and I wish you true love.

  6. this is a great poem brother, well done.

  7. Loved this poem.Seems there is a connection between love & lust here.

    Well done!!!

  8. I ditto Myne…

  9. In d lust of ya flesh??????haaaaaa….na wa 4u o….wich 1 bu love n lost again??oga chose 1 o…..

  10. haha does ‘standing tall in the lust of my flesh’ mean what i think it does?

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