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Onalethuso Petruss Ntema

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Her


pretty and so kind
the pearl, so fine
the curves, carved on her
the nerves, loved see her
skin brown to the bone
seen drown like a stone,
eyes bright than a morning star
twice brighter than a yawning star
her eyes brightens further
to her deep heart beat
her hair tamed
my country boy,
her untouched nipples
trickles
her touch with sensation
her arms
of sane session
her charms
got me, in arms
with her to a dream
further as we go
by mountains
of lovers
without care
to the flowers
without dare

Submitted: Tuesday, March 05, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, March 05, 2013

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the deeper you think; the further you say. its an appeal, such pieces have a rhetoric interpretation and meaning (always) . as people, some things we hardly talk, write or sing about but we know, seen and done. it is a matter of being flexible to the thought and write about it as one would do about a certain matter of interest. at times relative to our social environment and the personal other. its poetry dear poets and lovers of poetry, it expresses to the extreme imagination.

so this piece is an erotic poem, the Shakespearean kind.

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