Black Poetry : Sangria

Discussion in 'Black Poetry - Get Your Flow On!' started by Desert Storm, May 21, 2001.

  1. Desert Storm

    Desert Storm Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I take a sip
    And it melts
    In my mouth

    And caresses
    My tongue

    With it's savor

    Easy on the heart
    Just trying
    To calm
    Ma nerves
    Before
    I eat dinner
    Tonight

    Yo escucho
    Pues,
    Yo espero

    I listen
    While
    I wait

    So it
    Can go down

    Sangria
    The taste

    Like
    Honey

    And
    The
    Beverage

    Makes
    Me
    Wanna

    Settle
    Down
    And
    Relax

    Sangria
    Is
    Ma best friend

    Desert Storm
     
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    Legendof_1_Spirit Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Sounds like something I need

    ...>appears from nowhere>

    I really enjoyed reading this poem. It was smooth and relaxing like a quiet summer evening touched by a cool breeze.

    I also liked the way you melded the two languages together. It is sometimes difficult to merge different languages into a cohesive poem or essay but you pulled it off quite nicely.

    Have you ever read anything by Pablo Neruda?

    Question?
    Where can I get some of that?

    peace&1luv

    <disappears into the night<...
     
  3. Desert Storm

    Desert Storm Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I'm not too sure, I think you can get it at a winery or trader joe's it was a gift to me so, yeah, and thanx for the compliment. It's not that hard if you know what you're talking about. Ha ha ha, and no, I've never read Pablo Neruada before. I think I've heard of him I'm not sure. But I'll have to check him out. Thanks a lot for the reference.
    Briskly Fading Out ...

    Sincerely,
    Desert Storm