The English HOAs Poetry, as well as the Arabic HOAs Poetry are interesting poetry in Arabic and English on beautiful pictures, mailing and designs to enjoy your time reading Arabic and English poetry by poets from East Africa and the Horn of Africa.
The lantern lighted the wall,
Drawing some silhouettes inside the hall,
The shadow of palms danced on a ball,
Her whispers sang on my ears,
Something have never done at all,
Through all the starving years,
Lamented in a deepest hole,
Raising that sorrow and fears,
The night became silent and eerie,
Her fingers stabbed my shoulders,
To scratch something weary,
Resides deep in my soul,
Her lisp ran on my chest,
Then flied to draw her lips
On the lantern's lighted wall.
I tore the curtain,
Between your bedroom,
And the library,
To catch a book,
Instead my eyes,
Caught your stripped thighs,
Flaming like my knowledge desire,
Free like this night's air.
I jumped softly to the library,
Just like a cat,
To catch a book,
I caught a warm flesh!
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