Peter Daniel Phiri

(21/06/1989 / Kadoma)

Love Poem


Behold, the ground shaking,
The same pound hammers pounding.
Somewhat louder, wilder, ...carefree!
Wandering out in the dark.
Shining.
Naked and pure, with no shame.
A love mirrored on her lips,
Smiling....
A wild heart turned tame

Lofty, .. ever present.
A sweet caress..
To small, innocent footprints
engraving on that mighty shore..
Of her heart
A sea of life!

A toddler of yesteryear
Once scared of bees,
Same age as mine..
Never uttered 'please'
Like me, haunted with pride
A peacock!
With beauty and pride.

My Valentine,
Since the age of nine..
A song jelled together to a fine tune with the spirit..
A wife,
Taking charge of life,
Arranging it carefully,
The same way her husband to be writes..
The same way God decorated the skies!

Submitted: Monday, March 04, 2013

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