Euoropean legs Egyptian eyes

Greek nose African thighs 

Soothing voice like a lullabies 

Brazilian samba Argentinian tango

Chilean vines Mexican mango 

American gangster Italian mob

Russian mafia British snob

Arabic coffee Palestinian hugs

Turkish kebob Persian rugs

Vietnamese rice Chinese silk

Balkan dairy Swiss milk

African hot Siberian cold

Australian silver Swiss gold

Indian spice Norwegian caviar

Her body smoking like a Cuban cigar 

French fries and French kiss

Jamaican hips and Nigerian lips 

Canadian falls Scottish whisky 

Bill Clinton Monica Lewinsky

Just one girl in one world 

Blue sky and love birds


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86 responses to “ONE WORLD

  1. Wow Yaz this poem is awesome, beautiful, lyrical and fun all at the same time 🙂 . As an island gal, I can’t help but smile when I hear you mention my Jamaican hips. But my smile becomes even deeper and wider…when I see you describe women from a myriad of cultures and background. Now I bask in the thought that your poem celebrates all women…which is a true beauty in itself. Thank you man…I appreciate that you appreciate us 🙂

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  2. Love this, as I was born in India, grew up in Pakistan till I was 11, and then moved to Buffalo NY. And I am married to a Turk! United Nations in our house, I have a som whom I call half Turkish, half Indian, and All American! 🙂

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  3. we all bleed red
    crave passion
    cry tears
    we have the same story
    just told with different words
    I really like this, unique and and the word I am grasping to find will come to me about 2am while in deep sleep 🙂
    know I enjoyed your thoughts you have spun into gold and silver
    Take Care…You Matter

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  4. You missed me out – European legs Hispanic eyes 🙂 Sometimes I get lost in the narrative of poetry but this one I loved. Have you thought of writing lyrics for Pitbull? He loves exotic women too…

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  5. Don’t you feel like writing us a poem about acceptance? It’s Autism awareness month in April and a wonderful way with words.

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