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Emmanuel Isuku

Farewell Coy Lady

Farewell coy lady, I leave you without pain,
You almost pushed me down everlasting drain,
For I've tried to supple your hardened heart,
And burn the viper's venom in you on hot hearth,
But you tossed me here and there like a ball,
Whacking my precious head on thick mud wall.

Farewell to your pretty-juicy face,
I shall find another in heavenly place,
Who'll solder my torn heart and keep me high above,
Showering me with blessing, joy and love;
Together we shall forever smile and live,
The greatness of our love, no ear 'll believe.

Farewell to your royal livery and gold,
Which I bought for you when all I had I sold;
Clad in them and allure royal blood and kings,
Croon melodious hymns as the nightingale sings,
For now I retire from this barmy world of no gain,
Farewell coy lady, I leave you without pain.

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