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in the shade of brooklyn's brownstones



in the shade of brooklyn's brownstones
By blogetry on 01/16/2008
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In the shade of Brooklyn’s Brownstones
sparks flew from charcoal grills
adding a sizzle to steaks
seasoned and sliced
to please the palates
and tease the hearts
of two urbanites,
coerced by cunning cohorts
into an amorous blind date…

His dashiki,
stained Egyptian blue
like sky patches over the Hudson,
with royal gold trim,
spoke in a voice loud
with the exotic authenticity
of a pride of lions from the Serengeti.

Her J-Lo jeans
screamed ghetto
but …

Something in her almond eyes
said, "NO…"

This sista offered more
than hips and hugs
and blissful dips
into that prurient pool of pleasure
and…

Something in her almond eyes
said, "YO…"

This sista was no fool.
Verbs like “copulate” and “castrate”
spilled from learned lubricated lips
leaving little doubt
that the luster in her braids
sprouted from roots
fomented in fertile soil,
so…

Something in her almond eyes
said , “BRO…
I am the princess you’ve been missing!”

In the shade of Brooklyn’s Brownstones
sparks flew from charcoal grills
and the hearts of two blind dates
would forever burn
with the forbidden flame of love.



James G Paul Sr

© By blogetry On 1/16/2008 11:34:12 AM
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