poet Sulaiman Mohd Yusof

Sulaiman Mohd Yusof

Tamara Princess Of Satira

I walk; carry the weight of the sands, dust particles of gold
Beneath, lay the tomb, resurrected in chamber of seven
Headed snake, guarding the abandoned soul of Princess Tamara
From Hanaring, the city of guardian angel

Her eyes full of killer’s instinct, bewildered with terror
Her walk creates the sound of ancient Jazz, symphonized
By the ruthless pharaohs, costumed in satire silk
When the moon shines on her flawless black hair,
An unwanted eclipse, overshadows every man’s heart

Zanatic climbs on every mind that sleeps
With velvet dream, wet by salty lips
The beat of drums, summoned by rushes of adrenalin
Ruins mellow hearts, starving for infinite orgasms
Hurricane halts, as Tamara blows her exile away
And drifting right to the laps of Prince Charming

City of Hanaring, once again echoed with satirical harp
That trounces and trances the lost souls, drown
In the river of Babylon
“Tamara, Tamara, Tamara, the Fauna and Flora,
Princess of Satira”
The royalties and commoners, chanting
“Hanaring is no longer crying, but dancing”

Prince Charming kneels before her
With jagged smile and a husky voice, he utters
“I’m here to feed your soul, with my gray heart
That turns red, when fed by yours”

In a brisk lightning of serenade vows
Murmur in silence pale
From dusk to dawn
Even Vampires, cease drinking blood
In respect of the Twosome
Tamara from Hanaring
The roaring...…
Princess
And the Prince Charming

Poem Submitted: Monday, July 27, 2009
Poem Edited: Saturday, May 14, 2011

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  • Tamara Beryl Latham (2/9/2020 3:28:00 PM)

    Beautiful words and images. I loved your poem. : -)

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  • Mimi Fakhira (5/11/2012 9:50:00 AM)

    This is amazing. I absolutely love it :)

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  • Saeid Hadavand (11/7/2009 1:14:00 AM)

    Nice naming: Tamara Princess of Satira. I like that... and the poem is great too. Thanks.

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  • Genese Lozada (10/2/2009 5:53:00 AM)

    sounds great dude...you've got a talent that could never be questioned

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  • Gargi Saha (8/16/2009 11:38:00 AM)

    A very intense, romantic poem.

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  • Carol TepanaCarol Tepana (8/13/2009 2:26:00 AM)

    passionate when read feeling that i was tamara who's love is so be on those who see her

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  • The guardian agel ...hell for cheaters (8/12/2009 3:32:00 PM)

    ك ل ا م ج م ي ل ج د ا very nice ++++++++++10

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  • Jack Price (8/8/2009 1:45:00 PM)

    very whimsical and charming poem and I see it has been well recieved here at the site. thank you for the invte...... J. L.

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  • Gillena Cox (8/7/2009 7:40:00 PM)

    this an interesting epic, full of life and passion

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  • Rosalinda Martinez (8/7/2009 8:45:00 AM)

    thanks for sharing to us the elegance of mayati... keep writing!

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  • Mark NwagwuMark Nwagwu (8/6/2009 7:01:00 PM)

    I think I've read this and posted my commets. Still, this time around it sounds to me like an epic, a romance for and from the gods, to bless or destroy. You seem to stride across several cultures - ah! the gods blend all in your soul, my friend.
    mark.

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  • Sadiqullah KhanSadiqullah Khan (8/5/2009 7:02:00 AM)

    The good thing about your poem is its disposability, quickly changing the name of the 'princess' and retaining the substance. A lot effort is here, to save yourself some ground against the odds and discovery of the treasure. Some scenes are from the 'mummy II'.10 from me.

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  • Chris Mendros (8/4/2009 8:51:00 PM)

    Thoughtful tribute to a woman powerful enough to turn the prince's gray heart red.

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  • Saadat TahirSaadat Tahir (8/4/2009 1:24:00 PM)

    hi...mate havent you changed it.... i think i commented on this and it was differnt

    but this improvement is better...yes it shows uv spent time improving it
    well done
    cheers

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  • Anabel just AnabelAnabel just Anabel (8/4/2009 9:58:00 AM)

    simply AWESOME! ! pretty sick! ! gotta go read the sequel...

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  • Howard Johnson (8/4/2009 9:50:00 AM)

    Hi Sulaiman.
    Dropped by and read your fine work and gave it a 10, Thank you for sharing.

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  • Prashant ShauryaPrashant Shaurya (8/3/2009 9:35:00 AM)

    i mean i m left speechless....u r simply superb...and ya give me sum tips to enlarge my vocab...n nw i m goin to read the sequel..so bye

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  • Shahzada Imtiaz Ali (8/2/2009 1:18:00 AM)

    o, man! ! !
    you have a good vocabulary and good rhymes.
    great job

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  • Sulaiman Mohd YusofSulaiman Mohd Yusof (8/1/2009 7:09:00 AM)

    From: Richard Jarboe (stockton United States; Male; 60)
    To: Sulaiman Mohd Yusof
    Date Time: 8/1/2009 6: 44: 00 AM (GMT -6: 00)


    Subject: tamara


    very passionate. good work,
    richard

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  • Nurwilmy Francis (8/1/2009 7:07:00 AM)

    very deep in thoughts indeed.
    i felt as though i was in the pharoah's time.
    great piece

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