novoti gcisakazi Calpurnia jiya

Rookie - 78 Points (16 April 1994 / Taleni)

First day i saw you Poem by novoti gcisakazi Calpurnia jiya


I don't know how to define your beauty
I don't have words to remind you
Remind you of the diamond
A diamond that made me blink thousand times.

The day i saw you
You made my eyes go rolling
My skin became so pale
My ears couldn't hear any voice than yours.

My wish was for the sun to never go to sleep
Because i was hardly going to get a sleep
I wanted to speak to you
But my voice was lost
I wanted to touch you
But i was afraid i would ruine your skin
I wanted to smile for you
But i was afraid you would turn me down
The day i met you
Was the day my life changed for the better.

Submitted: Friday, January 4, 2013

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  • Rookie - 172 Points Siyabonga A Nxumalo (6/20/2013 8:37:00 AM)

    Uthando lolo sisi omncane, yi love at the forst sight at its best...simnandi esi sihobe, ukulangazelela lowomuntu oyingelosi emehlweni akho kucace bha kulenkondlo.
    Siya_! ! (Report) Reply

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