Willy Munyoki

Rookie - 189 Points (1/8/1990 / Nairobi, Kenya)

Their Midnight Dance - Poem by Willy Munyoki

When granny was teen of age,
With teens she danced in the dark;
She said such left them sage,
And there her hubby she also did mark.

The dance they did only at midnight,
When damn quiet it was and parents were asleep;
And nowhere near was seen any light,
Except of their love that they breathed deep.

It judged one the kind they danced,
It said the woman or man they could own;
Granny the best dancer on a boy superb chanced,
And by the two I am widely known.

Now granny says I dance smart on book,
She says for good life it's the way and life;
Greatness and much like so to hook,
Like they did earn from the dance of night.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, November 29, 2010

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