African Woman

Paint a picture of the African woman, Preserve her beauty for ages to come, Show forth the elegance of her features; Her full mouth, luscious and inviting The lines of her jaw depicting A quiet, understated strength; The hint of a smile around the corners of her mouth The light in her eyes, giving a…

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Blame the gods

The gods are on a rampage; Segede has struck our children And they now wear swollen Necks like a bull frog; Igbona has left them delirious And with a spotted skin; Atosi has rendered our young men Infertile and makes our old men Groan when they pee; Ete, the flesh eater Has afflicted the village…

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To have and to hold

To have and to hold Together forever Take my hands Can I have this dance? Let us sway to the rhythm Of two hearts beating In unison A symphony of a thousand songs Melodies as old as man Yet ever new Can I have this dance? Each and every day to Savour the delight That…

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Just this Once

Just this once, She pleads with her eyes; One moment to lose Herself in the bliss That will never be.   Just this once, To quench the thirst Making him delirious with desire; One moment of calm From the tumultuous emotions raging.   Just this once, Before they lose sanity From the longing that wouldn’t…

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I cannot love you

I cannot love you I want to I swear, I do   What’s not to love about you? Your dimples as you smile The way your eyes light up   Oh, those brown almond eyes That diffracts in the light Blue and indigo   I cannot love you Despite the appeal of your Gorgeous heart…

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