samuel nze Poems
|281.||An African Evening||4/22/2005|
|282.||In Praise Of America||5/19/2005|
|283.||Suffering African Child||1/28/2005|
|284.||A Friend, My Friend||5/19/2005|
|285.||My Friend, A Friend||5/19/2005|
|287.||A Kiss May Mean Anything||1/29/2005|
|288.||As The Dawn Comes.||2/7/2005|
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A Kiss May Mean Anything
One must not take love wrongly
A kiss may mean anything
Emotion gets physical in different ways
If planted on the head
Think of me always
Is a likely import for a kiss
Planted on the cheeks it calls
For fraternity even in strain
On the back of the hand
What other meaning than adoration
For the one beloved
Or on the feet unreserved worship indeed
It is only when a man
Kisses his wife full on the lips
That romance is exclusively expressed
They lock in passionate embrace
Tumbling to the floor
In throes of devouring passion
Making bashful ...
Is It Love?
Is it love between us
When you fear me?
You cast suspicious eyes
This way and that,
You are not at home when
You sit with me;
You quake with insecurity
In my company.
Is it love then?