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Godfrey Nkanyani

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'Wedding Snow'.


Flowers solace such in paradise,
Tiding and thrilling decorate the wedding,
The blessing of beauty truth an unending grace,
Sparrow whisper thoughts that flit an errow of romance,
Commitment foothill the journey of healing like ancient pont,
The wedding snow frames different answers,
Casual dance narrate native art,
The spoken language alike crying insects,
Grand gathering philosophic dance shaken rhythmically,
The mellow song flew onto the crowd,
Tears welled up in multitude's eyes,
A louring sky lore magic,
Affection anecdote left in sit in solemn silence,
The bride spread out briefly towards the wedding ring,
And breath deeply with an aura of happiness,
The matters of great moment unmasked a pleasant smell from her
breathe,
Rain And Sunshine motioned all above earth,
Suit of chain nosed through chats,
None averted their eyes from the wedding

Submitted: Sunday, December 22, 2013
Edited: Monday, December 23, 2013

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the poem reflects on nature of love and how the solace nature occurs

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