Berck-Plage - Poem by BONGOKOBIDA ZAKARIA
O lady love your feet
Causes crazy dance
At foamy wave of sea beach
And effusive waves of affection at heart.
I have scattered my heart to touch your feet
Cockle-Pearl- Diamond and lichen bedded sandy shore
At Berck-Plage of bank of Atlantic
Lady love, heart will encircle your necked feet.
Redness has mixed with blue sky
The horizon has touched the far distance mountain
The knot côte d’azur mountain as if shining breast
Cannes sea beach is still colorful at memory.
As like I saw Cairo surrounded by the Nile River - like that
Every parts of my heart grow up touching your feet.
Come- come O lady love come
My lip will touch your shinbone, shinbone and shinbone.
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