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Flagrancy: A POEM

Updated on July 21, 2014
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Flagrancy: A POEM

I jug like a shrew
Into the arms of your vein
To slay your thoughts
And feed you my desires
My words to wet your dreams

The road is cast
Dawn descends down the slope
The leaves are there to dare
Ceasing your legs with sprinkled water
Listen and learn;

To the carcasses in the potholes
The bodies on the slain paths
Eyes gorged by warring bullets
Hearts robbed of love
To the souls lost to an assassin's bullet
The hearts plunged to early graves
Children of our fallen heroes
Whose tears have cooked the beans
To the souls flogged by life
Dribbled into the seat of filth;
To the champions of good
Fallen by the blade of betrayal
Our hearts meet your tears

We throw you a mountain of salutes!
Let the sparkle bliss your works
And the fireworks drain your tears
We shall walk by the river of time
To spill the famed exploits of your past
To chew and thrill
In the lanes of your thoughts
Chai!

No smile, no laugh
Our hearts like the face of an old woman
Chained to the wealth of pain
Flattered by wrinkles
Bad is good; good is bad
See the tears on my face
Tell me, you feel good?
Do you?

A piece of creative writing by
Alexander Thandi
A Poet, Playwright, Writer and Thespian
┬ę┬«Copyright 2014

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      Alexander Thandi Ubani 3 years ago from Lagos

      Most grateful gratitude to: Frank, Lyns and Gypsy. I'm so glad to read your kind comments. blessings

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 3 years ago from Riga, Latvia

      Enjoyed this. It sort of took me and held my in it's power. I read and suddenly there was no more. Well done.

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      lyns 3 years ago from USA

      Heart felt pain of agony I feel reading this one yes the pain felt is real, well done. Voted up and plus 721201410 p lyns

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      Frank Atanacio 3 years ago from Shelton

      another gem.. I really like these three lines: Our hearts like the face of an old woman

      Chained to the wealth of pain

      Flattered by wrinkles.....

      so unsettling but great