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Abdul Wahab


>>my butterfly (in different style...two poems side by side)


Lub dub
Shut in shut out
Wriggle wiggle wahb wuhb
Coccineous heart goes totter tot
When she flashes her smile on me ooh, ah
Zoom in zoom out she goes flip flop
Rondo round singing heart atrous
Titter tattle neighbor hood
Oozing boozing
My mood


In the heart
Circulation of my blood
Creeping crawling my love and lust
Her eyes hoop hop hair goes hush hash
Zounds round, ah! Slender hip zigzag cat walk
Flash in flash out oval flavescent face
Reed beating drums rhythm robato
Sizzling shimmering sweat
Zoom in zoom out
Get in get out

Combination of the two poems: -

Lub dub...in the heart
Shut in shut out …circulating of my blood
Wriggle wiggle wahb wuhb…creeping crawling my love and lust
Coccineous heart goes totter tot- her eyes hoop hop hair goes hush hash
When she on me flashes her smile ooh ah! zounds round, ah! Slender hip zigzag cat walk
Zoom in zoom out she goes out flip flop …flash in flash out oval flavescent face
Rondo round singing heart atrous …reed beating drum rhythm robato
Titter tattle neighbour hood…sizzling shimmering sweat
Oozing freezing ……zoom in zoom out
My mood ……gets in gets out.










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Submitted: Saturday, August 11, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, January 01, 2014

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