Monami Moyitro


A Nacked Self Poem by Monami Moyitro


Wow!
Here i am. The body and the mind fresh anew.
You can taste my kiss wherever you wish and yes whenever you want.
Look at your own sky under the lock and key
of the ego three fold.
Yet your sky must be there naked in blue.......
Like genitals!
But you have viled all your sundry kissess.
Why why why the human
of the world.
Pal got back to your genitals.
Place it under kiss
Make yourself nude in your self like it.
Otherwise how could you be loved?
We need to be undressed
before our naked self
before expect love.
Before expect to fulfil
the dream
under a lover's arm.

Submitted: Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, August 15, 2012
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  • Rookie Monami Moyitro (8/15/2012 7:12:00 AM)

    I think we have to think now about our relations with our soul.
    Cause we aren't so honest
    as we should be.
    Hope reader will feel the pulse going through my poem. (Report) Reply

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