Masharia kanyari

(Kenya -East Africa)

Can we Live?


I love that thing my genitals do,
When I see a brown plus-size woman,
Walking with her nose up in the air,
As if to spite skinny women...
Wondering who the hell are you?

I love that feeling I acquire,
When I'm high off my prescription drugs,
Writing poems till dawn,
Only to edit them while sober,
Wondering when will this passtime pan out?

I love that thing my heart does,
When I sit with my partners and clown you,
Seeing as how audacious stupidity can be,
Life is for living and photos are for facebook,
We put God on our asset column maybe you should too...

Submitted: Tuesday, February 19, 2013

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