Treasure Island

Hebert Logerie

(Haiti)

Un Heureux Orphelin


Hier soir Mignonne, comme un heureux orphelin,
Un chanceux bébé, j'avais dans la bouche tes seins,
Pendant que tes mains caressaient mon dos velouté.

La vie est naturellement très belle à tes cotés.
Je fais mille rêves fantasmagoriques:
Le ciel est très bleu et tout est magnifique.

Je suis un heureux orphelin qui est inspiré
Par tes gestes, tes dires, et ta beauté;
Sans toi, ce serait le contraire, je serais miséreux.

La chaleur de ton corps transmet un éternel feu
Dans mes veines. Je me sens vraiment très bien
A tes cotés; tu es l'unique fleur de mon jardin.

Submitted: Thursday, May 03, 2012
Edited: Monday, October 15, 2012

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

This poem is part of my newest poetry book entitled 'Les Poemes De Mignonne'(The Poems Of My Sweet Darling) : I don't think Mignonne can really be translated in English. A Happy Orphan is a beautifully fascinating and sensual poem.

Copyright© Mai 2012, Hébert Logerie, Tous Droits Réservés
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