Femme-Fatale - Poem by Ejalonibu Abraham
Her voice lifted souls,
She has beauty fair skin
That can candidly make men to sin.
Her luscious lips make my heart fly,
Her breath so fresh,
Her heart in beak
And her eyelids blink blink
Through the light of noon
In glimpses of moon
Then, she smiles
In dark she franks.
She shine like diamond shows to the sun
But, in deep dam of darkness
She looks like a white with stain.
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