Poem: You

By: Geosi Gyasi


the first
I ever kissed
Your milky lips
flows without pause

the first
who taught me
how to suck
the juices from your nipples

the first
I put to test:
by calling you “love”
When I first met you.


Geosi Gyasi is a librarian, book blogger, reader, writer, and interviewer. His work has appeared or forthcoming in Visual Verse, Verse-Virtual, The New Black Magazine, Misty Review, Nigerians Talk, African Writer, Kalahari Review, Silver Birch, Linden Avenue, Brittle Paper and elsewhere. He blogs at http://www.geosireads.wordpress.com.

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