Treasure Island

Edward Kofi Louis

(13th October 1961 / Accra, GHANA)

Like A Drink To You


Bright and harmony,
Wet and joyful,
Deep and calmly,
Wise and useful,
Words and praises,
Kisses and romance,
Lovely and passionate,
Joyful and peaceful,
Deep and deeper,
Steady and slowly,
Red juice and red sand;
And like a perfect body and a sweet liquid,
But it is now poured out like a drink to you.
Deeper and deeper,
Red card and red bulb,
Her perfect body and his perfect act,
Red lake and red mango,
And like a daughter and her mother!
Red carpet and the red sea,
The deep hole and the dark hole,
And like a son and his father!
Nice and sweet,
Long and strong,
Wet and creamy,
Long and hard,
Nice and slim,
Milky ans soft,
Nice and easy,
The red light and the red tiles!
But it is now poured out like a drink to you.

Submitted: Thursday, January 27, 2011

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