Golden

Poem By RONALD K SSEKAJJA

Golden vessels fit for golden bodies
And if golden hearts are not given to golden poets
What shall I bestow of this golden thought?
A golden ship awaits, a golden suit case
Like a golden rolls royces phantom
That carries a golden princess

A golden hat, on a golden head
A pretty dark brown and gold dress
A golden shoe. On angelic golden feet
Besides such golden things
Such a golden heart

The sky is blue, and its clouds are gold
Her eyes are true like my words are bold
And this painted for you, my love such told
Why not keep life such bold
And we find a place in obstacles to bond

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place of obstacles. good write. thanks. I invite you to read my poems and comment.


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