Williamsji Maveli

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A dawn breaks…….


A dawn breaks…….

The dawn mist melts down,
On the shoulders of your
Green valley swiftly;
The face is full of ice cubes;
Sprinkled in and around,
and on your red cheeks.
The mid-sun shines on top,
On the smoothness of your
Pink naval softly;
The body is full of ray drops;
Sparked in and around,
and on your spicy breasts.

BY
WILLIAMSJI MAVELI
williamsji@yahoo.com
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NOTE: This poem is from MICROTHEMES, a collection of short poems, written by WILLIAMSJI MAVELI

Submitted: Tuesday, April 02, 2013

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