GERALD SAIDI

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SweetMeat


Goldenrod dreadlocks extensions
Blending perfectly well
With your honeyed skin
Arching away
From the center of your forehead
Leaving your face
Oval and bathing beauty
Your dreadlocks
Thickset ridges
Seating pretty over your head
Making you a glamor girl
Taking your beauty
To a flight of deep attractiveness
Your dreadlocks
Trekking along
Your head
In mesmerizing stripes
Of a mixture of black and gold
Locks of well plaited hair
Beautiful
Oh beautiful
Ever beautiful
So beautiful...

Submitted: Wednesday, May 02, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, April 23, 2013
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Beautiful dreadlocks extensions plaited in goldenrod and black

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