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I'll Stop Loving You [I’ll Stop Loving You]

When Christmas comes in June,
In the heat of the summer;
And two moons shine at noon,
In the heavens and yonder;

When the cock crows at midnight,
And birds trill at twilight;
When with Harmattan come sleet,
And blond bears thrive in heat;

When the Seas’ waters are fresh,
And the Inferno freezes over;
When reveille sounds for retirement,
And in war, none dies on the battlements;

When all these come true,
That’s when I’ll stop loving you.

Written by: Ogundiran Ajibola ‘toby
Edited by: Kukogho Iruesiri Samson

Author: admin

I am a member of the WRR editorial team.

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