selvin mcrae

Rookie (FEB 6 1975 / BLACK RIVER ST. ELIZABETH JAMAICA)

African Princess - Poem by selvin mcrae

African princess
Written by Selvin ‘Ewan’ McRae

With hair neatly trim or even curly permed
Beautifully locks maybe culturally braid
To the shoulder it touches, like wool being pressed
No one is as beautiful as my African princess

Having eyes as clear as crystal, maybe red as blood
Shed so many tears for love, no one else could
Tan, slightly tan or even dark like the chocolate
African princesses on earth are the angel’s witness

With bodies carved out, like a custom figaree
From the head to the chest and the waist to the feet
Possessing so many qualities and stored up energy
Without African princess, what would this world be?

With piercing of the belly button, nostril or ears
Very religious you are, always giving god praise
Holding high family values, not wasting your days
My African princess, you all have set the pace

So much wonderful are they, on the inside
Always bringing their man, that good vibe
Sparkles the relationship, keeping it alive
African princesses, has true love that never dies

Of course to me, they made the best housewives
Cooking and cleaning, while keeping the kids bright
Oooooooooooh, imagine when it turns to night
African princess will rock your world, to daylight

African girls oh my beautiful African princess
in your tight jeans or a skirt you are so gorgeous
They lust after you even more, when you wear a dress
Come on you all, the world know, you are bless


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 2, 2009



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