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Tales Of A Wife: First Outing With A Love

First outing with a love,
What a color combination that makes the stars glow.
Glittering, she forced me into smile when I drifted mood.
Sweet surrender, a moment I treasure that I dream when I am not sleeping
My impulse as loud as the earth-quaking ground
Love at the beach appears as that of the hottest summer even when in winter
Like sea animals, we played in the water that the fishes so admired
All for love, the salt has turned hydrophilic
Wet, I watched her swim; she is a fish
Refraction could understand our desires that it made her appear closer
As I touched her, I felt the electron discharge; she is filled of current
Mermaid she appeared as she cat-walked out of the waterside
Face glittering like the stars, she adores
As she swung her long dark hairs, she sterilized the air
No germs, I inhaled love
I couldn’t withstand her seductive slow cat spinning waist
She got me lost in ecstasy daydreaming and thinking brainlessly.

(C) 2008
TheTruePoesy

written by Onyeche Vincent Onyeka

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4 Comments

  1. Bobby says:

    I love the perfect use of metaphor…. ” The Salt Has Turn hydro-……” It shows that u never loved water

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  2. Lynetta Mccay says:

    Lovely

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  3. Windmill says:

    Howdy! I’m at work browsing your poems from my new iphone! Just wanted to say I love reading your poems and look forward to all your posts! Carry on the fantastic work!

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  4. A says:

    Greetings from Florida! I’m impress

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