Onalethuso Petruss Ntema

(27/02/1985 / Maun, Botswana)

she is my sunshine


she is my sunshine
she is a true love child
the one that brings me a smile
so natural than wild,
she is a royal woman of divine

she turns my darkness into bright light
she turns days longer into shorter
she grows a heart of love
and gone lonely days of a dove
than above

she brings further into nearer
she strings a melody so clearer
and sings a song to my ear
so close and near
as close as she can near

she is the sun that shines over
the mountains top to a shoulder
she is my sunshine, so pretty and stronger
her heart takes me nearer than older
her face so kind and pure; a lover

her legs, the roots to a true woman
her eyes, the lead to a new born
her palms, the means to every touch
her arms, the wish to every comfort
she is my sunshine, the one that makes me smile

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Submitted: Tuesday, April 02, 2013

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