Black Maiden (Poem By Salaudeen Tesleem, Satire)

When I dozed off on the evening couch
And nature blew pass 
I saw a black maiden
"Hey black maiden," I called.
I feel your look is  awe-filled
As I wandered in the space of my thought
The sensors told me it's but lust
I'm happy to have been lost in love
The rain you brought tended
My buds and I sensed my war is solved
When your lips caressed mine
The fabric of time changed and I lost in 
This place that I found myself
This very place, I and my whole
The magic wand that journeys my thoughts is lapsing
And my eyes yanked open.

How I wish I was lost till the bell is rung
I asked in content of exaltations.


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