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I wanted to write you a poem
To show you how I feel
But I never wrote a love song
Before today

And the words wouldn’t come.

I wanted to spread my thoughts across the paper
So you could know
You’re always on my mind
But I never wrote a love song
Before today
And so I didn’t know how to tell you in words.


I wanted to spread my emotions
In between the lines of my thoughts
And lay them bare for you 
So you’d know what I feel for you
But I never wrote a love song
Before today
And I was scared you wouldn’t feel the same.


I wanted to write you a poem
But the words went untyped
The thoughts unwritten
The feelings unsaid
Because I never wrote a love song
I just gave you my heart
And you said that was enough. LexiRose



Words are vain and fickle, a man’s worth is shown through his/her strength of character. As inferred from Benjamin Franklin “words may show a man’s wit, but action his meaning”. Thus, actions prove who someone really is and words who they wanna be.

Festus Oppong Kwabena Asante (FOKA)

The author Festus Oppong Kwabena Asante (FOKA)

Festus Oppong Kwabena Asante is an avid reader, kopite, journalist and sports writer. He is an art and poetry lover, whose favorite pastime is to watch his beloved REDS conquer all of England, Europe and the World.

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