GERALD SAIDI

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A Mother Par Excellence - Poem by GERALD SAIDI

When I was wandering
With no reminisce
Of a kiss
With no trust
In a woman
Hurt
Hopeless
Insignificant
You took my arms
And placed them
Around your girth
You held my hands
To your silk-like bosom
Smiling
When I touched you
Till you felt
Milk-like sensations
You guided me
To your full-bodied hips
And surrendered
Your feminine earth
Into my hands
Anticipating
For my cumulonimbus pods
To rain
And fill you
With my earthy manliness
Till we felt
Beautiful scents
Of the first rains
You slid me
Through your sheepskin
And cheered me up
As I gently soaped you
With sacred fizz
You clung to me
Urging me
To fashion with you
Calling me
By the sweetest
Of names
Picking up
My masculine fruits
Into your sanctified bowel
You showed me
A world of wonder
Of promise
Of prosperity
Of fidelity
Of trust
Of care
Of love
Of obsession
Of affection
Of compassion
Of endless joy
Of sweetness
Yesterday,
Today,
Tomorrow,
And at all times
You are a mother
Par excellence!
It is your brick-moulder
That molds best!
I love you always!
I will look into your eyes
And your faces
A million times
And by the leave of God
Fashion
Your true replica
For you to live
Forever
And ensure love
Is a permanent citizen
Of our hearts
Of our family!
With love!


Poet's Notes about The Poem

A true love story!

Comments about A Mother Par Excellence by GERALD SAIDI

  • S.zaynab Kamoonpuri (9/14/2013 8:30:00 AM)


    A spectacular tribute poem to d biological mother eh.
    Pls coment my latest on nature poem.
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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 14, 2012

Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 23, 2013


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