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added by nikkiluvzu
Your head, your bearing, your gestures
Are fair as a fair countryside;
Laughter plays on your face
Like a cool wind in a clear sky.

The gloomy passer-by wewe meet
Is dazzled kwa the glow of health
Which radiates resplendently
From your arms and shoulders.

The touches of sonorous color
That wewe scatter on your dresses
Cast into the minds of poets
The image of a maua, ua dance.

Those crazy frocks are the emblem
Of your multi-colored nature;
Mad woman whom I'm mad about,
I hate and upendo wewe equally!

At times in a lovely garden
Where I dragged my atony,
I have felt the sun tear my breast,
As though it were in mockery;...
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Source: I wrote this....Hope wewe like it!
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Source: Kaboom karatasi la kupamba ukuta App
posted by saracomet
Peter passed a note today.
He gave the note to Anna.
She opened it and read it,
then she passed it on to Hannah.

The note made Hannah giggle
so she handed it to Cody,
who read it with a smile before
he slid the note to Brody.

Then Brody read the contents
and he gave it to Luann,
who opened it and chuckled
and directed it to Dan.

He read it with a snicker,
then he tossed the note to Jon
who couldn't help but chortle
as he passed it on to Sean.

The teacher heard us laughing
and she saw what Sean was holding.
She walked across the room
and took the note he was unfolding.

We thought we'd get in trouble,
but she gave it back to Sean
and smiled because it read,
"The teacher's awesome. Pass it on."
posted by Lovetreehill
Votive Offering in the Spanish Style

I want to build for you, Madonna, my mistress,
An underground altar in the depths of my grief
And carve out in the darkest corner of my heart,
Far from worldly desires and mocking looks,
A niche, all enameled with azure and with gold,
Where wewe shall stand, amazed Statue,
With my polished Verses as a trellis of pure metal
Studded cunningly with rhymes of crystal,
I shall make for your head an immense Crown,
And from my Jealousy, O mortal Madonna,
I shall know how to cut a vazi, pazia in a fashion,
Barbaric, heavy, and stiff, lined with suspicion,
Which, like a sentry-box,...
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posted by stickymonkey
I've learned that wewe cannot make someone upendo you.
All wewe can do is be someone who can be loved.
The rest is up to them.
I've learned that no matter how much I care,
some people just don't care back.
I've learned that it takes years to build up trust
and only sekunde to destroy it.
I've learned that it's not what wewe have in your life
but who wewe have in your life that counts.
I've learned that wewe can get kwa on charm for about fifteen minutes.
After that, you'd better know something.

I've learned that wewe shouldn't compare yourself
to the best others can do,
but to the best wewe can do.
I've learned that...
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Source: mimi
The Alchemy of Sorrow

One man lights wewe with his ardor,
Another puts wewe in mourning, Nature!
That which says to one: sepulcher!
Says to another: life! glory!

You have always frightened me,
Hermes the unknown, wewe who help me.
You make me the peer of Midas,
The saddest of all alchemists;

Through wewe I change dhahabu to iron
And make of paradise a hell;
In the winding sheet of the clouds

I discover a beloved corpse,
And on the celestial shores
I build massive sarcophagi.


L'un t'éclaire avec son ardeur,
L'autre en toi met son deuil, Nature!
Ce qui dit à...
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posted by Passion_5
Perhaps if I have never encountered you, it would have been the best
If I had need been living in another world
If I had need to become strangers in life
It will not have been left with this inflicting pain in my moyo

Each siku & each siku forgetting wewe
Each siku & each siku abandoned wewe
In the midst of my moyo deeply concealing something that I can't really openly shout about of my upendo

It seems all along I have always thought that upendo was bliss & happiness
Unable to beyond words that upendo is heaven's render punishment
I just have to upendo wewe & my moyo will shiver & tremble...
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posted by jewelofawalker
One small crack, just one comment
It only took one day
To convince her life had a price
A cost she couldn't pay
Happiness was priced too high
Hopes dashed, she turned away

Esteem it took years to build
Torn down in one day
Years later, she still believes
What caused her mind to fray
She thinks she is not enough
And so she wastes away

Finally someone notices
Her life changes that day
Someone inaonyesha that they care
Three words is all they say
Simple words she needs to hear
They ask, "Are wewe okay?"

~an original poem kwa me~

~check out me and zaidi of my poetry and uandishi at quotev.com/sliverofstarlight~