Alison Mujati

Silver Star - 4,323 Points (12 /09/1985 / Harare zimbabwe)

Tiffany (A Ghost Name) - Poem by Alison Mujati

Tiffany

Clear as blue
Reading your mind to the last cloud
No lies, all permutations are true
No need, it will not come to the next round

Melanin like coffee
I come to sooth with taste
Aroma is what satisfy them

A smile that lightens up the day
Bright up, put in darkness and it will bring daylight
My dawn,poets brand it daybreak

Curved
Made with softhands of a sculptor
Who among all, they direct me to your mother

Walking, it is like the ground is ablaze
Courteously she goes like an unhurried cat
Seeking, she is right in my heart, I need no maze
They never lied, she is a queen in her hat

Attitude never accused of being blemished
Even her grade one teacher prophesied grace
Here we are eating upfruits so tasty


Suites well in a cooperate world
The genesis and revelation
Ask how and find answer immediately
She is beyond competence if you were to ask companions

A ray of hope for the young generation
A role model any female life would like to emulate
Omnipresent like air for them to take notes

I could rename her to Perfection if at all I had a right
Her choice of words too affirms it
Listen to composed threading of them, honey dripping from comb
Place palms before it reaches the ground, My worry is will you stop licking fingers?

Tiffany, the grace to my little world
Tiffany, the redemption song
Tiffany, the soundly sleep in the depth of the night
Tiffany, my imaginary diva

Topic(s) of this poem: love


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 21, 2018



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