Calypso & Rosaline

When our bodies made contact,
Couldn’t help but witness your fitness,
How both of you bent low, touched your toes,
Spoke Spanish, called me Daddy,
Ignored your fathers who hated gringos,
Drinking fine wine, biting your thighs
After breakfast, lunch, and dinner,
Forced me to practice my Spanish,
Quiero hacerte el amor,

Day of the Dead,
Celebrating death, Black Widows,
Dropped it low, eyes watching from every direction,
Spotted me from afar; resurrecting Beethoven,
Orchestrated a melody which matched your body structures,

Black and white face paint,
Beautiful, brown, golden caramel,
Skin complexion, blessed, nice heart,
Intellect, gifted, a body destined to wear designer,

Graced me with your presence,
No clock-watching, promised to take your time,
Stared into each other’s eyes,
Spoke different languages,
Understood each other’s body language,

When our bodies made contact,
Couldn’t help but witness your fitness,
How both of you bent low, touched your toes,
Spoke Spanish, called me Daddy,
Ignored your fathers who hated gringos,
Drinking fine wine, biting your thighs
After breakfast, lunch, and dinner,
Forced me to practice my Spanish,
Quiero hacerte el amor,

Cuban descent, light-skin, dark patches,
Rosaline called it Vitiligo,
God blessed her as a Vertigo,
Wore masks, felt concrete under our feet,

Both women ran when they spotted their fathers,
Promised I was delicate with their daughters,
Later that night, met Calypso and Rosaline,
Skipped the line, danced until our feet dropped,

Hypnotized as Rosaline placed her hands on my chest,
Caught between the wall and Rosaline’s fine wine,
Calypso kissed my neck while unbuttoning my shirt,
Time stopped as they both called me ‘daddy’,

When our bodies made contact,
Couldn’t help but witness your fitness,
How both of you bent low, touched your toes,
Spoke Spanish, called me Daddy,
Ignored your fathers who hated gringos,
Drinking fine wine, biting your thighs
After breakfast, lunch, and dinner,
Forced me to practice my Spanish,
Quiero hacerte el amor,

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