Rodgers Jr Kizito Poems

  • 1.
    Shakespeare calls it magic
    Ladybird calls it fantasy
    Campusers call it ecstasy
    Students claim it's blind
  • 2.
    When you see a maiden, glamorous
    Whose hair is dark, short with tender looks
    Whose lips sweeter than honey comb, red as henna,
    Not an odious, never
  • 3.
    Why doesn't this history
    That I fight to make a mystery
    Ever turn out to be a victory?

  • 4.
    Depart not from our party
    So we can party to part their envy
    Way into multiple parties
    Until they are blue in the face
  • 5.
    I truly trusted you the most
    And you fully blast me out the most
    It took me manhood through a maze
    Because I desired to get you the blaze
  • 6.
    In the fine sandy seashore my legs stumble my way through
    I gaze stranded in full retrospection of The Deity's creation
    Never had I been robbed of my mind
    But here I squander wholly infatuated.
  • 7.
    I have stood among men
    Not because I have a mane
    But because you earned me a name
    When you handed to me the flame
  • 8.
    I dived really so deep
    I didn't know it would fell this so steep
    Feeling every inch of the ditch
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