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I Will Pronounce Your Name
by Graham Ereks

I will pronounce your name, Mary,
I will declaim you, Mary!
Mary, your name is as mild as cinnamon, the Fragrance in which the lemon grove sleeps.

Mary, your love is note fragrant than wine;
Fragrant is the scent of your perfume.
Your name alone is like perfume poured out.
Oh! Why wouldn't I pronounce your name?

How beautiful you are, my dearest, inamorata

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I am not a Lazy Youth!
by Graham Ereks

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I am not a Lazy Youth
A posse of fallacy-inventors they are;
Making sugar-coated promises;
They are but tricksters and swindlers—political crooks!

We are governed by scoundrels and crooks,

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To His Beautiful Mistress
by Graham Ereks

My love,
You are the silky gazelle
Of the esteemed paradise
That blazes radiance on me
In a blissful beam.

Your exquisiteness is
So magnetising,
The thought of you
Alone can make me chirpy—

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Had I Known
by Graham Ereks

My heart bleeds; my soul weeps
For my life is manacled with
The fetter, desolation.

Had I known, I’d have
Scurried the very moment
I set my eyes on her,
For my old man warned me;
Oh yes, he did but little
Did I understand the worth

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To my Love
by Graham Ereks

She is the apple of my eyes, my backbone and spine;
She's my lifesaver, my life support and oxygen.
She's one of a kind, my parachute, my defender; she's the Great Wall that protects me against forces.
She's my breath, my life and my all, an angel sent from above.
She's my bulletproof and ladder, for whenever I'm down, she raises me up.

She's my world, my pride and one in a gazillion, so outstandingly pulchritudinous that the world envies her; she's a wingless angel born on a Sunday, a Sagittarius!
Words aren't enough to explicate how much I adore her,
Oh! My goddess, my princess, my everything!
In this month of August you've done for me something so ginormous, beyond comparison.

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To the Woman I Love
by Graham Ereks

My treasure without measure,
My backbone, my spine, my one and only;
The silky gazelle of the esteemed paradise,
My breath, my lifesaver, how I love you so very
Much!

Life, they say, isn't a bed of roses, but your
Presence makes mine rosy; you're an angel,
Though without wings; my irreplaceable one,
My soul-piece, the meaning of my life, my Heartthrob, my one in a gazillion. How I love You so very much!

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To my Love
by Graham Ereks

She is the apple of my eyes, my backbone and spine;
She's my lifesaver, my life support and oxygen.
She's one of a kind, my parachute, my defender; she's the Great Wall that protects me against forces.
She's my breath, my life and my all, an angel sent from above.
She's my bulletproof and ladder, for whenever I'm down, she raises me up.

She's my world, my pride and one in a gazillion, so outstandingly pulchritudinous that the world envies her; she's a wingless angel born on a Sunday, a Sagittarius!
Words aren't enough to explicate how much I adore her,
Oh! My goddess, my princess, my everything!
In this month of August you've done for me something so ginormous, beyond comparison.

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To His Beautiful Mistress
by Graham Ereks

My love,
You are the silky gazelle
Of the esteemed paradise
That blazes radiance on me
In a blissful beam.

Your exquisiteness is
So magnetising,
The thought of you
Alone can make me chirpy—

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The Brokenhearted Lass
by Graham Ereks

Forlorn, she saunters to and fro;
Saddened by the incessant din
And tiff on his part.
Her eyes are red,
For weeping has befriended
Her.

The winner of her heart
Has done her wrong—
The once ever beating heart

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A Disheartened Community
by Graham Ereks

We are a disheartened community
Renowned for futility and dearth,
Where egalitarianism is but a fiction.
Our dreams are petered out;
Our future jettisoned, for what
Is our future in a stateless state?

Our government is but an embodiment
Of corruption; a cabal of swindlers,
Who get richer and richer, while

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