Wednesday, December 10, 2014
ABENG CARIBBEAN POETRY: Nefertiti's Egyptian-Cotton Sundress
Nefertiti's White Egyptian-Cotton Sundress
copyright 2013 K.Omodele
Nefertiti never filled
a white, Egyptian-cotton sundress
with s'much breath-taking grace and copper-toned form.
In that Egyptian-cotton white dress
her smile couldna swelled her King's heart so, like the noon sun
have him clutching her hand, tight so, up Georgia Avenue.
If her King coulda seen what this King here knew-
that vibrant, white sundress on radiant you,
he woulda traded all Egypt
that Georgia Ave. noon...
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