Treasure Island

Elwin Mwangi

(1991 / Nairobi)

Boundless Queen


A boundless queen; with untamed capacity!
A woman of great generosity;
Giving me all that time is godly empathy!
I can’t imagine your ability
If you would want any man, you will have him in a jiffy!
Now you have me hooked without telling me so!
Now you have me glued without me knowing so!
Now you are making me drool without a piece of meat in my jaw!
I guess when I’ll get you in my jaw; my taste buds will go ballistic!
I won’t be able to swallow you;
I would prefer you stay within the reach of my tasting tongue.
I would taste you every minute! ! ! ! ! !

Submitted: Thursday, April 25, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 25, 2013
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I dedicate this poem to Sylvia.

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