Jacques Sprenkie Mateya

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a woman and the dog! Poem by Jacques Sprenkie Mateya


Leopards pinpoints each other with black spot
So dogs with a smell

One day you found this dog
Charming, appealing and man enough
So bold and strong to fulfills your lust.
That's then

You have lent all that, from the dog!
Loving, caring and romance

A dog that was raised by a woman
Not knowing that she is raising a dog
A barking dog, Woof! Woof! !

You are a bloody dog!
You earn to be in doorstep
All daylong and all nightlong
To divert your doggy conduct

You are never enough
You have love, a beautiful woman
And living luxurious life.

You are a skirt chaser.
Whenever you see a woman
Your tongue is out.
Craving to undress her
That's all that your conscious is for

'All men are dogs'
Said angry woman
So all the women are married to dogs
Shame! On you woman
Your virginity was broken by a dog

Submitted: Monday, April 9, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, May 15, 2012

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