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A Queen's Lips

Below a Queen's lips and tongue
Lives a team of soulful bees laying eggs of honey
A sweet honey prepared for her soul-mate not your transferred puppies
A connection 
A King's love that fills the other cheek of a heart shape
The one and only mate with multiple rates

She possesses a honey that's not to be shared with many
Or else her honeymoon will be 
sour and blurry
A tradition 
training connections to walk steady

Attractions are like arrows of our errors re-shaping the meaning of our magnetic charms in oral
In the arms of venomous pick up lines
Lines 
Lines formatted by your majesty and his lies
Intimacy can be re-scheduled by angry honey-less bees sometimes

Honey-less lips that rob intentions of a cupid greetings before vengeance
Those groups of angry smiles in lipstick gestures
Test driven by uncaring muscles 
Intimacy can fake appearance in blurry actions sometimes

Below a Queen's lips and tongue
Lives a group of secrets connecting non-connectable connections
Omitted by options planted on the ground of a loving chest

Her moon is made of surprise taste-buds
Her smiles go pass oily men window shopping her love bites
Bites and love drawn by tooth fairies of two lips making a sandwich in between tongues

Without a taste,
life will be a waste 
But don't waste your taste parading recognizable 
cute lips unless you bought fate
We taste and rate with no money to pay attention to your age
Below your lips lives a priceless taste that heart-breakers sniff to taste
Know your taste

(c) Raymond Ngomane

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  1. Date: 3/26/2015 11:20:00 PM

    The first stanza is kickass - "honey prepared for her soulmate and not for...", I loved it, Ray! Your poetry rocks as always...Be well, hugs.

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