Big Brother

Sometimes, I just need a brother
And not a lover

Me to clutch
But not to touch 

To cuddle
Not fondle

To lend an ear 
Not pet my rear

Sometimes, I just need a big brother

To get it off my chest
Not take off my vest

To kiss my cheek
Not peck my beak

To give me a nod
And not his rod

Sometimes, I just need a big brother

To let me lie in his arm
And not fall for his charm

To guard me from hoodlums
Not leave me with huge sums

To lead me to my bridegroom
Not lead me to his bedroom

Sometimes, I just need a big brother

©Radiant~ November 2014


Akindele said…
Rhymes on point, good write up.
Anonymous said…
Awesome Piece!!!...keep it up.
Unknown said…
To lead you to another man abi? I di kwa greedy nwa!
Radiant said…
Lol. Of course he can graduate from being a big brother to being my hubby. Cheese
Basil-Nwachuku Chinonso said…
Nice piece Radiant!...Looking forward to your next piece,as always.kudos
Sir Vic said…
Wow... Very Thoughtful

Popular posts from this blog

Jeiel Damina, Lyta, Picazo - What Best Friends Do Lyrics

Jesimiel Damina (Jesi) - Happy lyrics

From Infatuation To True Friendship

Nigerian Doctor: Why you might want to practise in the United Kingdom

Nigerian Doctor: 8 things you should know before coming to practise inthe UK

My Comment On Linda Ikeji's Banana Island Mansion

International Student: Settling In Nottingham

RadiantKing: Him Not Saying Anything

What To Do Before You Walk Up To Her (Chyking 202)