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WORDS SO SWEET

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WORDS SO SWEET

      WORDS  SO  SWEET.
I  pronounce  your  heart
My  target  point.
You  have  no  spear  this
Why  I  continue  to  hunt  fear.
I  heard  you  live  in  Zion  and
Sleep  next  to  lions.
I  would  be  humble  and  double  
My  strength  to  rule  your  jungle.
My  motto, Never  fumble.
My  Air, I  heard  you  eat,
While  giraffes  back  your  flacks
Plus  your  refined  wine.
I  will craft  my  heart  specifically
For  your  desert,
Translate  my  shirt  to  serve  as  your
Serviette,
Eat  well  and  rest  on  my  chest  for
A  million  years.
Blessed, I  was  told  saints  are  your
Taste, cause  you  are  plane  and  hate
Stains.
I  just  gathered  this  sweet  letters  to
Sanctify  my  love  with  no  choice,
Off course  I  will  comfort  and  support
All  your  efforts.
As  birds  continue  to  sing,
I  will  protect  your  heart  from  pins.
Our  trust  would  never  see  disease
Neither  would  we  sink.
Your  tears  will  never  see  earth,
Fantastic  generation  is  what  we
Would  bear.
My  beloved, lets  live  with  no  end,
Build  my  nest  best  friend,
Billions  would  pay  our  rent.
I  believe  your  interest,
Lets  invest  from  this  moment,
I  repronounce  your  name
Eaglet.
                                                                                                        AKEWUSOLA  HABIB. 

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