My Rosa Sericea

Poem By chisomo kumwanje

Tears have grown thick muscles
Eyebrows rose to thy heartless hints
All for a love that never melts
Kindly hardening a tender loving heart
Without remorse you forcefully stare
My Rosa Sericea
Is thy lifetime timelessly aged?
Are tears so hot for burning a saccharine love?
My Rosa Sericea
Thy fingers once soft prick like thorns
Thy love once hot now hot less like bitter cold
Are the tears enough to rekindle thy sick heart?
My Rosa Sericea
Thy emptiness empties my senses
An aching emptiness I never dare
Is thy lovely tongue hence sweet gone green?
Were you a murderer for murdering my heart?
Fortunate fool I am
For giving you a cold gentle love
Drowning in many-a-tear
When I see you my sole love walking arm-in-arm
With morden girls younger than love
Visit me at my death bed bitter sweet honey
For it is AIDS you have vitiated me with

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