Black Poetry : Seeing Sunshine

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  1. AACOOLDRE

    AACOOLDRE Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    SEEING SUNSHINE

    The instant I saw you
    Entering my house steam was pouring
    White smoke from your backside,
    Pure joy attached to the tail
    Blessed from the lord’s sun beams

    The sun came through my house
    Through my transparent white curtains
    From that moment I just knew it
    I know I could love you very much

    What manner of a woman
    Who could command the golden sun
    To sit still just to shine above your head
    And at night the silver moon too
    Both orbiting wherever your bronze toes go

    No woman can shine more better
    More brightly under the sun than you
    What must I do to get your attention
    Shall I dream of artificial moons and suns

    Only lights attract lights
    Queen Isis bring me my moist moon
    King Osiris brings me the son of fire
    Wake me up in the morning,
    With stars under my pillows

    I wish, I wish for abundant lights
    So glances can turn into loving sights

    By Andre Austin
     
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    j'hiah Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    radiant peace!!

    j.
     
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