Changez Ndzai


Where My Heart Belongs


Down meanders Galana river,
Crawling down the coast weaver,
Finally in the ocean sips cleaver,
Flowing drastically like a leaver.

There lays the diva spinster,
Whom I dream her love to minster,
Want to touch her soul trickster,
Lightening up her special star.

She is a real queen imposter,
Wonderful swims like a lobster,
Her beauty is like white plaster,
Her lips attracts love in cluster.

She is the one I want to plotter,
Fighting for her love no matter,
Am ready for her expenses to cutter,
Will be happy for her love to jitter

Submitted: Friday, August 08, 2014
Edited: Friday, August 08, 2014

Topic of this poem: love

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its a poem whre the persona is trying to express his much love to his lover by streaming it techinical by using the figures of river flowing down the coast.

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