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There is a raging debate
Revolving around a date
Who should ask the question
When there is true intention
Should she dwell purportedly
Till he gets down on his kneel
Or boldly walk up to him
And say please marry me.
Onyeche Vincent Onyekachukwu
He is the smartest guy in town
Always cosy in actions and words
Loves everything in heels and skirt
So long the pretty is a love to hunt
An angel so handsome and caring
Hi… he calls out and they all reply
First let’s be friends
Then the love fly out
This guy gives the comfort
Dizzy does when it rains
To his beholder he is
But the question still remains
Liking things young for his age
Clean, sexy, fresh; last dance he saves
He digs, he picks and earns
But when will he pop the question?
Their hots getting cooler
The mister elopes
Women are not men,
Holding at the short end of the stick,
Who time made faithful to religion,
kneels on sands, praying day and night;
The monthly bleeding of unused reds
Don’t wash off the sandy clock of life.
Young Boy’s World
He seem a boy from a never same era,
Partly priest, partly pestilence,
Blessing both ugly and pretty girls;
Witching and itching hearts with his attitude.
Shy, sometimes smart and bold to face the her,
As she stares, he goes a thousand mile to please her.
Like Robin Hood, he steals to give to her.
His vitality, his arrogant courage, and his sense of humor
Brings mantle to his eyes and perks to his cheek.
Homo, womanizing, drugs, and wrongs he involves,
Smoking, drinking, fighting he kills,
Blood in hands, the young world hails and appears,
Displaying masculinity in the young world flairs,
He feels secured in crime he’ll rebuke his young boy from.
By Onyeche Vincent Onyeka