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Tales Of A Wife: Moi aussi, je t’aime

Why do impulse rise when falling in love?
Ain’t scared of the beat
But Chioma gives ♍Ɣ heart a soundtrack
…Well, I like the way it drums.

Always knew love come find me someday
Softly, calm and easily is that I prayed
Our eyes met for the very first time,
Chioma I saw cleared my pastime.

Never I thought it would be you any-day
On a bike you were, that sunny day
Waving me a fresh low soft Au revoir
Then la full headlight flashed my way

They say french is a language of love
je t’aime;
Dunno if it were English or French to speak,
Moi aussi, je t’aime: I love you too
Tu’ caught me off-guard
And begad me so hard
My sweet sleep lullaby
This love so brown new.

In a special way
Around she turns my terrible day
…Fairest of them Anambra Igbo girls
Chioma beautiful turns demons to Angels.

By ᴼᶰʸᵉᶜhᴱ ᵛᴵᶰᶜᵉᶰᵗ ᴼᶰᵞᵉᵏᵃ
ONYECHE, Vincent Onyeka

1 Comment

  1. Onyeche Vincent Onyeka says:

    One of ♍Ɣ falling in love poems, mixing English & a little french.
    Dedicated to Isadora A.C.

    je t’aime; means I Love You
    Moi aussi, je t’aime; means I love you too
    Tu’ means you
    La means the



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