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Bronze Star - 2,350 Points (24-07-1967 / waalwijk netherlands)

Homo universalensis Poem by Madrason writer


Homo universalensis


I do not look at thee
as if upon a honeybee
afraid if thy might sting
but rather as a cherrytree
that blossoms in the spring
you are not man nor woman
but of them all first human
a flower to be admired
a light desiring to be fired
your heart is beating at my door
in room 3, four or five
you jumped into my life
and pumped your virtues through
a Golden Bough to do
it is my deepest plight
here on my knees I might
bow seven times for
je t'aime and je t'adore
you and you, yes you.........

Madrason 15-04-2009

Submitted: Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Edited: Thursday, April 16, 2009
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  • Rookie Tai Chi Italy (4/14/2009 9:02:00 PM)

    Je'taime and je t'adore you too. Just loved these lines

    and pumped your virtues through
    a Golden Bough to do
    it is my deepest plight

    Gorgeously poetic in all the right places,

    Smiling at you

    Tai (Report) Reply

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