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A black widow



Why you sentenced all your husbands to death ?
Why all your husbands are left ?
Cursed widow, you'll stay widow,
And cry till dawn...

Why do you give just a little moment of pleasure ?
Why don't you give a lasting treasure ?
Cursed widow, you'll be alone,
And sing a sad song...

Why do you act outside the laws of love ?
Why all your problem is not solved ?
Cursed widow, you'll commit a crime,
And bury man alive...

Why do you tear man's life apart ?
Why nobody takes your part ?
Cursed widow, you'll get up one morning,
And wear mourning.

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Written on 2002

Submitted by jacqmain2002 on September 09, 2021

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Jacques NZUZI LUZAYISU

Jacques NZUZI LUZAYISU, alias “Jacqmain Deca”, born in Kinshasa (DR Congo), april 4th, 1964. Computer scientist, and amateur poet, membership of literary movement “Les révoltés de la plume” in Kinshasa Democratic Republic of the Congo. Married, three children (two daughters and one son). Some of his poems are selected in 2002 to be published in American anthology and selected to participate in one conference about poetry in USA. : “Firemen, great heroes, Terrorist, and Black Widow”, with poetry.com Other poems: son of mine, rose and love, the agony, the epitaph, a sleepy town, an accomplished destiny, posted on voicesnet.com since 2007 : https://www.voicesnet.com/memberDocuments/186443 He wishes to be a great poet; published around the world with a beautifully illustrated poetry book. His poems are very sad and melancholic, that’s: “giving hope in hopeless situation”. more…

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