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How sweet your sugar?
Ama Asantewa Ababio, Marondera
Bodytalk No. 4
July 01, 2002


Waiting like a shark,
Wits sharpened,
Tongue oiled,
Body groomed,
You stalk your prey,
Fresh and succulent,
Blooming with youth,
Voluptuous,
Bursting with a promise
Of sweetness.

You lick
Your devilish lips
As she passes,
Innocence
Beaming on her face.
Smile your devilish smile,
Speak
Your devilish words,
Pierce her
With the arrows
Of your practiced flattery,
Take her unawares.

Unarmed for the attack,
She falls
A slave
To your selfish desires:
And then,
When she becomes
Too familiar
For your taste,
You spit her out
Disgustedly
Into the ocean of life,
Defiled for ever,
Scarred,
Confused,
To face a life of disrespect
Coupled with abuse:
How sweet your sugar, Daddy?

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