DICKSON MSETI

(08/11/1984 / DAR ES SALAAM)

PRECIOUS MINE


The trouble in my mind, the trouble in the wind of love
When the head travels around, when it flies above
The silent night whispering aloud, a smooth voice from the cave
It is precious, when we crack the darkness. Marvelous kisses, a quality loveness

Hope still holds the key, to unlock the impossible knock,
It have unlocked the way, I watch from my clock,
To open the cloud of rain, to rain smoothly on my block,
It is precious, when we crack the darkness. Marvelous kisses, a quality loveness

Now it rains in her hearts, and in my precious mine,
She opened a stock of smile; her face now looks so fertile,
Shining like miraculous flower, which brightens my future heavens
It is precious, when we crack the darkness. Marvelous kisses, a quality loveness

A dolphin in the oceans, a giraffe in the jungle,
A dove on the trees, a Panda on the ices,
They are cute in their fields; it is SHE in my heart.
It is precious, when we crack the darkness. Marvelous kisses, a quality loveness

Submitted: Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, June 11, 2014

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