EmmaPassions Iruoghene Emesakoru


** African Queen - An Ode To Louella Fecunda ** - Poem by EmmaPassions Iruoghene Emesakoru

Curacao mamacita, you're as
spectacular as a glaring sunset.
One look at you and I'm sure
that you're heaven-sent.
You're as scenic as palm trees
against an ocean's summer
breeze,
an angelic sight like you would
get any man down on his
knees.
Your brown eyes alike the stars
sparkling high in the dark
are more enchanting than a
million fireflies spark.
You wish you are African, black
as the world at midnight
and if you were, your ebony
skin would be a heavenly light.
Your smiles are as infectious as
a deadly dreaded disease.
How could I, with a strange
foreign beauty feel at ease?
Mami, you're invaluable as a
goldmine that I want to hide;
a delectable square of a mother,
sister, friend and bride.
Mami te ves ermosa and I want
to kiss your paprika nose.
I want to smell your dark-
brown hair like a bouquet of
white roses.
You're exceptional, graceful like
capoeira and wonderful.
Mami, please be my African
queen and I'll always be faithful.


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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 3, 2010



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