Frederick Kambemba Yamusangie
My Black Pearl - Poem by Frederick Kambemba Yamusangie
My black pearl…
My black diamond
Which gives a black brightness…
It was you who taught me how to be love again
It was you who taught me how to be happy again
It was you who gave me the willingness to live again
Why have you let me float in space
Without you as my parachute?
Why have you choose
To make me a wicked man?
Why have made me a man
Hate his kind of women?
Now I give you the permission
To put me to sleep forever…
So I cannot see
How I am losing you…
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