Ekwueme Kelechi

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My Mistress - Poem by Ekwueme Kelechi

You've drown my heart with the ocean of love
You kept it under the spell of your heart
You initiated my fragility into the springs of your agility
My hands can no longer delay to host a smile on your neck

The joy of this reality radiates everywhere
It's singing the song of Upendi all around
The voice of the natural choir has ignited the crystal tears of the rock
Surely, today is a predestined time of fate

How can I let go the fragrance of your presence?
How can I skip the illuminating light of your star?
How can I betray the fresh milk of gladness in me?
This boulevard is aware I can't let go

All around us speaks of you
Everything shines for you
Even our standing shield is for you
The moon I also called for you

Should our lips assist the choir with treble?
Should I taste your ted tom-tom while we sing?
Should my heart absorb the aroma of your eyes?
Should I?

(c)EKWUEME KC,2017

Topic(s) of this poem: love


Comments about My Mistress by Ekwueme Kelechi

  • Drtony Brahmin (3/4/2018 12:31:00 AM)

    How can I let go the fragrance of your presence?
    How can I skip the illuminating light of your star?
    How can I betray the fresh milk of gladness in me? ...love and romance and desire pictured so well my dear poet...... thank u dear poet. tony
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Poem Submitted: Thursday, December 28, 2017



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