A Girl - Poem by Kgagamatso Chimelwane
Imagination percieves all acronyms that build her. I see her walk pass, perfection reflection like sky through water. Being fed by the essence of her beauty umbilical cord reincarnated, as I drown in her sapphire eyes trully. Even though she looks not my way I find a way to see through her. A perfect inclination of true visualization. Her scent draws a path that leads you not astray, but into a sanctuary almost equivalent to that of a pray. She embodies true clannish a woman of charm and savoir vivre. One day I'll find words that will serenade her, or be like that kid and dream she's in trouble so I can be her saviour.... If dreams mark reality, then reality is a stance of non-factuality. She increases the pace of my heart beat to that of a lightning speed, and when she strikes, some call it danger, I call it being inlove... Indeed. Her smile telescopes heaven a place of comformity, saftey and prosperity. She's a home of celestial kingdom the one who hold my heart of love and freedom even through my wrongs with no reason. Wait! ... Did I tell you about the time she looked at me, I looked away, coz I know I'm not in her league and that's how much I respect her, really. Judge me not for you not a jury, I'm inlove with a girl I can't have and that kills me. Imagination profinity, I see me and her together like emotional poetry. After all I'm the master of my own destiny where she and I together, breathe the same breath like a single paired entity. She walks my way as I do hers simultaneously... 'Kgagamatso Kgagamatso, tshoga tshoga, damn was that a dream, mama why you had to wake me up'.... I promise not to stop till I meet you in reality.
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