Monday, November 23, 2020

When I Walk

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When i walk alone in the valley of flowers
I see the splendour of nature and its powers
Flowers of all sizes, shapes and colours
Nodding contentedly in the breeze for hours
The aroma and scent sublime
My serenity peaking in this Sub Saharan clime

In the distance cows, heads bowed grazing gracefully
Next to them goats goarding on grass in rows like a class
Sheep sheepishly sipping water at the pond fondly bleating a beat
Male donkeys unashamedly lusting after their ass lasses
Only thing missing in this beautiful beast feast palaver is my lover.
Deluke Muwanigwa
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Varsha M 23 November 2020
Good nature poetry. Explicitly describing it's glory. Some glories are not meant for us.
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Deluke Muwanigwa 23 November 2020
Goarding =gording. The language came on a ship with drunk sailors. I think.
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Robert Murray Smith 23 November 2020
A terrific poem. So imaginative with great imagery.
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