kennedy musyoka

Rookie (Nairobi)

Ta?Ha - Poem by kennedy musyoka

Of lips,
Eyes,
Fingertips feeling,
Heart beats racing,
Sweating,
moaning,
face flashing,
The neck,
lips,
Ears,
Skin rubbing,
Hardening,
Softening,
Wetting,
Yearning,
Moaning,
Willing,
Licking,
Wanting,
Needing,
Softening of the hardening,
Loving,
Lowering,
Lusting,
silence,
jerking,
Weakening,
Screaming,
Caressing,
Engulfing,
Satisfying,
Hands,
Legs,
Parts entangled,
Suckle,
Supple,
Reminds me of a mangoe,
Curves,
Waves,
Surges,
Shakes.......


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Taṇhā (Pāli; Sanskrit: tṛṣṇā, also trishna)
literally means 'thirst, ' and is commonly
translated as craving or desire. Taṇhā is
defined as the craving or desire to hold onto
pleasurable experiences, to be separated
from painful or unpleasant experiences, and
for neutral experiences or feelings not to
decline.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, June 29, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, August 22, 2012


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