I said, She Said

Funom Makama By Funom Makama, 16th Nov 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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This is a long conversational poem centered on stereotyping a group of people or a race. In most cases, the victims are the sufferers while in some rare cases the perpetrators suffer too. Stereotyping a group of people only shows a low class of the individual involved.

She seem Scottish

Finding a new hiding place
the grass cutters cherish
not taking advantage
is deemed extremely foolish.

Taking note of the lady
who seems Scottish
and protected by her beauty and charisma
is a situation meant for me to act upon

A welcoming smile

With my courage,
her intimidation must vanish.
I sit on the available chair
and reciprocate her welcoming smile.

"Your fixed focus on the meal
and comfortable sitting position
means you are all alone
"......... I said
"So?"...................... She said.

Despite being famished
I needed some inspiration and creativity
to keep this hard to find wealth
rooted to my territory.

"But your moving feet and gentle mastication
shows you need company
"...... I said
"Well! You may be right"........ She said.

Her blue eyes

My gaze never left her blue eyes
as this ravishing being
threatens to tarnish my reputation.

"What brings a working class
attractive, young damsel
to a place like this?
"........ I said
"to eat"................. She said.

Nature came to my rescue
as what arrived was my dish
garnished with vegetables and fish.

"Avoiding someone
or is it just humility?
"............. I said
"neither"...................... she said.

Indian beauty

As the Cheetah waits patiently
to pounce on its prey
so I am. Waiting for the right time to tick.

"Your short phrase answers
reminds me of a princess
from India
"............... I said.
"Thanks, but
who was she to you?
".............. She said.

Now in a welcomed territory
with the precious gift of liberty and freedom.
the bee is about to dance with the rest
in their honey comb.

"My first Love but no more"....... I said
"What happened?...... She said

The Oak Tree

It seems the path chosen is right
what is left is for us to walk through it.
Nothing else, just walk, walk and walk.

"She developed the arrogance
of a British
"..... I said
"Just that! She's worth a second chance
if she's as tough as the Jew
"..... She said.

Can the dog ever be
the king of the jungle?
can the bamboo boast of deeper roots
to the Oak?
That's me! Sitting on all
of Nature's components right now.

"Oh my dear! That spoils it all"..... I said
"Really? Tell me more"..... She said.

Wagging Tongue

As my Tongue wags
my brain remained blank
with its sensors dissipated.

"Are you saying
she should be quick to anger ?
.... I said
"You mean the Jews
are quick to anger?
...... She said

The more the talk
the more her welcome.
A pleasure to behold
and an experience to die for.

"Yes and also very cunny"..... I said
"How's that?"...... She said.

An Angel

My mouth speaks of another
to an Angel who seems so human
while the mind
is already in full possession
of this being so unfamiliar but dear.

"I was once given change
with two $4 bills inclusive
in a Jewish shop
"...... I said

Then the Jews
are indeed silly and crafty
"...... She said

Feeling already in the promise land,
I drink its milk without asking
and lick its honey without minding

"the deed always speak for the doer".... I said
"But it's still an assumption
and not all may be same
"..... She said.

Impressed by her faminine flame

A little current
then passes through my head
stimulating the need
to seal this opportunity.

"Forget about those devils!
What if I say we hang out tonight?
"..... I said

"No, actually!"..... She said.

Impressed by her feminine flame
which is not uncommon
to gorgeouses of her class
I pulled the gear once more
awaiting the motion to begin.

"After such an interesting chat
you say no?
Are you seeing someone?
".... I said

"No! But I am Jewish
and one of those devils
"...... She said.

Starring in frustration and self-hate,
I stay inanimate, lifeless and dumb,
while she laughs graciously
which increases the already existent injuries,
cutting me piece by piece in the inside.
Nothing I said
Nothing she said


Charisma, Cheetah, Creativity, Damsel, Foolish, Freedom, Grass Cutter, Honey Comb, Humility, India, Intimidation, Jew, Jungle, Liberty, Mastication, Nature, Princess, Reputation, Scottish, Territory

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A medical Practitioner and a passionate writer. A proud published Author of 2 books, more than 2,000 articles online and 500 Poems!

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author avatar Williamsji
18th Nov 2013 (#)

An excellent write. Good images, suiting the verse, Congrats, Regards WILLIAMSJI MAVELI

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author avatar LOVERME
18th Nov 2013 (#)

AFTER a long time...
a long poem ''epicurial''
i call it is welcome
well done but epicurial
i read seldom

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author avatar Retired
18th Nov 2013 (#)

this is a velvet touch poem indeed

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
19th Nov 2013 (#)

Nice post!

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author avatar Mariah
19th Nov 2013 (#)

I agree

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author avatar Funom Makama
21st Nov 2013 (#)

Thanks a lot friends. I am very grateful, expect one more poem from me at least......

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author avatar Williamsji
21st Nov 2013 (#)

Good images, nice poem, Regards WILLIAMSJI

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author avatar Funom Makama
10th Jan 2014 (#)

Thanks williams

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