Joweda is a poet and writer at Writers Guild Chuka, featuring his poems in several national newspapers, magazines, and anthologies.
It begun with a hi
With a smile a voice played
On her lips like a musical band
Her breathtaking eyes shining
Her emotional skin seducing
As the last embers of evening sun.
Chubby cheeks of a little child
A shallow curve on her cleavage
African mama blessed her waist
Round sensual hips kept alluring
Her short hair looked like a tease
This is just a drawing of a poem
She was an artistic figure to peck.
One, two, three if I kept on and on
More reasons to be happy, just the feeling
No wonder I can't paint words to describe
They say it's beautiful to be in love
But one thing glares than a diamond
When your love is planted like a seed
In a beautiful soul you kiss
Girl you make me blink twice
To check if this really is real
For the feeling keep on growing.
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