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Tamara Princess Of Satira

Rating: 4.5
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
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COMMENTS
Tamara Beryl Latham 09 February 2020
Beautiful words and images. I loved your poem. : -)
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Mimi Fakhira 11 May 2012
This is amazing. I absolutely love it :)
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Saeid Hadavand 07 November 2009
Nice naming: Tamara Princess of Satira. I like that... and the poem is great too. Thanks.
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Genese Lozada 02 October 2009
sounds great dude...you've got a talent that could never be questioned
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Gargi Saha 16 August 2009
A very intense, romantic poem.
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Carol Tepana 13 August 2009
passionate when read feeling that i was tamara who's love is so be on those who see her
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ك ل ا م ج م ي ل ج د ا very nice ++++++++++10
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Jack Price 08 August 2009
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 07 August 2009
this an interesting epic, full of life and passion
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Rosalinda Martinez 07 August 2009
thanks for sharing to us the elegance of mayati... keep writing!
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