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Her Horn Calls by Thabang Ngoma

| July 29th, 2014 | a poem a day challenge, poetry | No Comments

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[tab id=1]The known unknown, she’s somewhere out there
The home wrecker, there’s something about her
Seemingly innocuous, a deadly secret like slow poison
Vainglorious, she renders other women heartbroken

Her kisses are sweeter and her caresses are softer
Somehow, her means and ways exceedingly better
Enigmatic, magnetic, we’re drawn to her like the sirens
Our hearts forlorn, we sneak out from our wives for hers

We crave her like the blue hue of the moon envelopes the night
Mesmerized and hypnotized, we’re no closer to finding out
She’s unpredictable and unstable like a bubbling volcano
We wonder in solitude, but possessed by her, don’t care to know[/tab]
[tab id=2]I am an aspiring script writer and enjoy reading and writing poetry[/tab]

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