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African sister

Crisp brown,
delicately soft,
Rare, brown-skinned
feminine being,
A Goddess you are.
The dust from which
your highness was
molded from must
have been kissed by
the sun.
Vividly shedding
light on the
unexplainable
uncanny of those
deep, hazel,
enticing eyes.
Hello there moon
child,
The brightness of
your glow inherited
from a thousand
moons,
That smile a
derivative of light
that brings warmth
to a broken soul,
Forever competing
with jealous rays
shone by dear sun.
African sister, how
does one dare to be
so complete.

Whenever you let
sound escape from
those thirst
quenching lips, you
infinitely caress
eardrums,
Turning noise into a
harmonizing melody,
And with those dune
like, overly
feminine breasts,
you have heads
turning for days on
end.
Don't get me started
on those curves,
those crests,
Those curves and
crests embellish
that African round
figure,
Sticks and stones
may break the bones
of those with no
meat around the
waist.
So dear allow my
eyes to feast on
that full, firm,
figure,
That figure
connected to the
hips and rear of a
realistically
authentic women.
African sister, you
know what you are,
complete is what you
are.
 
All trifle and
inadequate
descriptions of your
beauty, all pose as
clichéd
understatements.
For words come and
go, but your beauty
remains confusingly
indescribable,
The blind need not
see but merely sense
and feel with hands
of the soul,
As it is true and
quite frankly
unequivocal the
birth place of your
beauty,
Along side splendor
and perfection.
African sister, your
destiny anticipated
to be known,
Known to complete
man kind.

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  1. Date: 7/31/2014 7:14:00 AM

    Ooooh! This is such a beautiful piece! I love it! Thank you for sharing this poetic gem!

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