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By Stephen on 06/03/2011
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Rolene, Rolene, Rolene, she is the example of what a woman can be.
Her tame less flamed sexuality can never be tendered
By a witless man, so potent in being; Rolene a black queen.
She a black strong women indeed.

Rolene, Rolene, Rolene; not mention once
But all of three, what a ravishing and desirable in her being.
Only that of the amazement of her beauty remains a puzzle.
A puzzle to be, a puzzle to see and a puzzle to solve.

A real black woman that is Rolene, a true gold wrapped in roses petal to be unfolded
By the hands of a real man, what a gift, that brings joy in the midst of hunger,
Where loneliness needs to be fed
Oh sweet oh Rolene, caramel all over waiting to be melt.

Where lustful lust seeketh attention
And lustful men seek to lust, and lust a boy must.

Her meadowsweet smile makes her friendly to life for levity.

Rolene, Rolene, Rolene; unwontedly her pleasantry catches me,
But it is her teasing flawlessness that makes the wind shivered
And it is her sexuality that makes a man into on erupting volcano
Oh what a woman can be, if she was like Rolene, Rolene, oh Rolene.

© By Stephen On 6/3/2011 11:55:22 AM
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