Of The Picture In Black And White

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Of The Picture In Black And White

Gazing at this one picture,
All in one hue;
She had this spell on me;

I wanted to chase her complexity with simplicity,
Yet she knew this wordsmith game all too well;

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Oganga Mangiti, is a self-published poet and author | Poetry best-selling author and top writer | 2020 Bakanal De Afrique Fellow | Debut anthology — Love & Pain

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Oganga Mangiti

Oganga Mangiti

Oganga Mangiti, is a self-published poet and author | Poetry best-selling author and top writer | 2020 Bakanal De Afrique Fellow | Debut anthology — Love & Pain

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