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Gaylord Munemo

Rookie - 35 Points (20 May 1991 / Masvingo)

The Avalanche of my Thoughts


The books derailed from such resemblance,
Did they forget or deliberately did they spare,
Perhaps the obvious reasons kept it descrete,
To talk about beauty but forget about the traits,
She slept there without a cause to dispair,
As she spared her juicy lips I wondered,
Upon what art was she fashioned, I pondered,
The flying flowers of beauty did land upon her,
Defining what the untold history reveals,
We oft to cease the praise when we see beauty,
Yet I opt to seize the raise of such wonder,
Lets call upon the orchestra for a show,
Let the instruments sing along her fine beauty,
Artistic or Majestic? Let beauty redefine its traits
Behold, look upon the beauty of the lady,
Lets go gardening? Strange coincidences
And so shall she let me have the strawberries,
And so shall I offer her my carrot,
The thoughts may create stories,
The authenticity of such beauty I have certified,
The darkness of the earth may pour upon us,
Let the angel rest on the bed, my candle I offer
There she runs across the orchards,
Behold, give me your two oranges,
And so shall I give you my banana,
Surreal, the dream of a man who sees beauty

Submitted: Sunday, June 16, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 30, 2013

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