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Saturday, January 29, 2022

ABENA (THE GIRL NEXT DOOR) – Membis Okorie Chukwukamma

ABENA (THE GIRL NEXT DOOR)

Came in a transparent miniskirt
Said she can’t fight her feelings for me
Trying to keep my cool, the girl next door;
She’s all over me with her busy body

“Abena girl, I’m sorry I have a lover
She just left and would be coming back
Abena girl, I’m sorry I have a lover
She just left and would be coming back”

I barely know her, she just moved in
But she’s such a pretty little thing
Brown skin girl with curly gold hairs
And laps shinning like she applied oil

Burning in flames, looking so damn hot
A type of girl that could make you sin
Fighting myself; my demon winning
Should tell her no but I just can’t, yet…

“Abena girl, I’m sorry I have a lover
She just left and would be coming back
Abena girl, I’m sorry I have a lover
She just left and would be coming back”

Through the shaded window
I saw the moon rising so shy and slow
So I kept calm, on the low
She could take me to the moon
Irresistible, I forget how to be an angel
So I prayed her not to kiss and tell

Soon she started singing sweet songs
Dancing on me, bloody body moves
Drunk with kisses and juicy nipples
Loosing my mind to her touching
Holy water like I’m getting baptized
Feels like a set up, honey in hell
Didn’t know I left the door open

Then Akus came in with test result
I knew a baby could be on the way
I just broke her soul with that sight
Now I wish I never did live that day

No form of apology or regret can mend her
She wants to abort our baby and move on
Wake me up, I have no feelings for Abena
Can’t afford to lose her for the girl next door.

(c) Membis Okorie Chukwukamma

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