Jamaican Poets: I AM

I AM, I exist...until, I AM no more.- Poetess Denise Fyffe   Copyright © Denise N. Fyffe

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Jamaican Poetry: Muse (You are) by Denise N. Fyffe

You are the red bull to my system
The diesel to my engine
Thinking of you makes me want to give up religion
Looking into your intriguing brown eyes
Makes me want to jump that window//
And sit on your thighs;

Denise N. Fyffe

By: Denise N. Fyffe.
Copyright © 2015, Denise N. Fyffe

You are the red bull to my system
The diesel to my engine
Thinking of you makes me want to give up religion
Looking into your intriguing brown eyes
Makes me want to jump that window//
And sit on your thighs;

You are the larva in my volcano
The blues to my jazz
You make me want to embrace being Jamaican
And galang bad bad;
Tasting you, intoxicates me, leaving me drunk
Making me want to get a DUI, and give you some prison funk;

You are the milk to my cookie
Like sex on the beach
No matter the sand,
Let it flow wherever it gains entry;
Crippled with emotion, as you caress my thighs
Thinking when I go home, to my man I won’t apologize.

You are my muse, the king on my throne
You make me…

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Jamaican Poetry: I want to find the one

I want to find the one
That is worthy of me,
Will let me be the butterfly and hawk,
Coexisting in this one body;
I wanna let them be
Let them feel safe to be,
A lion, a beetle, to simply be free
But to take me along Not just for me
But because, they cannot be Without me;

Denise N. Fyffe

By: Denise defy Fyffe.
Copyright © 2012, Poetess Defy, Denise N. Fyffe

I want to find the one
That I will love
That I will cherish
That will love only me;
I wanna acknowledge their presence and make them and me
Be one,
I wanna give that one
The idea, the knowledge, the fact
That we are one,
That they, are my only one;

I want to find the one
That is worthy of me,
Will let me be the butterfly and hawk,
Coexisting in this one body;
I wanna let them be
Let them feel safe to be,
A lion, a beetle, to simply be free
But to take me along Not just for me
But because, they cannot be Without me;

I wanna find the one that I will love
Completely, freely and sincerely;
I want that one to find me
Before I accept defeat of never finding…

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Jamaican Poetry – Hibiscus Memory

I see the sun
Glowing brighter than a 50 watt bulb
And I am tempted outside;

Denise N. Fyffe

Jamaican Poetry off the Cuff #1 - Hibiscus Memory

Hibiscus Memory

I see the sun
Glowing brighter than a 50 watt bulb
And I am tempted outside;
I step on the grass carpet
And it feels like heaven under my toes;
My limbs flex
My arms stretch
My eyes turn to heaven
And I bid the Father hi;
In two steps
I bend at the waist
And dip my nose
To the bouquet of hibiscus
Unfurling in her pose;
Her scent is light
Her petals frail
She trembles at my touch;
The noon day sun peeks over my shoulder
Eager to touch her petals;
With my eyes close
I stash the memory of life’s simplicity
Into the drawer of my cranium for posterity;
In another day
She will bow and pray
And off to her maker she will go.

By: Denise N. Fyffe.
Copyright © 2015, Poetess Defy, Denise N. Fyffe

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Jamaican Poetry: Books by Poetess Denise N. Fyffe

Check out and Purchase Books by Poetess Denise N. Fyffe Sensuous One By Denise N. Fyffe eBook (ePub): $5.99 Paperback: $12.99      Sensual poetic expressions about romance, love and infatuation _______________________________________________________________ Jamaican Pebbles: Poetry Pocketbook By Denise N. Fyffe Paperback: $28.50      Poetic expressions and gems of wisdom about life, love and social issues. PURCHASE HERE _______________________________________________________________   More Detail Jamaican … Continue reading Jamaican Poetry: Books by Poetess Denise N. Fyffe

Jamaican Poetry, Honey to My Sauce

Honey to my Sauce captures the intense, passionate thoughts and emotions of men and women in love. Enjoy the sentiments inspired by puppy love, office romance or the first kiss. Relish the sensations evoked by remembering when. Dip into the succulent emotions, rarely uttered thoughts and private fantasies. This book of poetry captures the essence of couples falling in love.

Denise N. Fyffe

Honey to my Sauce captures the intense, passionate thoughts and emotions of men and women in love. Enjoy the sentiments inspired by puppy love, office romance or the first kiss. Relish the sensations evoked by remembering when. Dip into the succulent emotions, rarely uttered thoughts and private fantasies. This book of poetry captures the essence of couples falling in love

This book has a selection of love poems that I have written over the last ten years. Certainly they are flavored with the seasoning that is Jamaica. The emotions are true and raw; nothing is withheld.

My readers include a large sect that live for these poems. I enjoy seeing their glee and pleasure when they read through a couple lines ofthebook; soon they return withstories about sharing these lines with loved ones.-Poetess Denise Fyffe”

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Jamaican Anthology, 101 Jamaican Love Poem

101 Jamaican Love Poem is the comprehensive anthology of love poems by Jamaican author and poet Denise N. Fyffe. Her whimsical, erotic even witty anecdotal writing is oft to engage the minds of her readers. She uses her words to masterfully illuminate the canvas of her readers’ minds, intricately, with flamboyant images expressed in almost scandalous detail.

Denise N. Fyffe

101 Jamaican Love Poem is the comprehensive anthology of love poems by Jamaican author and poet Denise N. Fyffe. Her whimsical, erotic even witty anecdotal writing is oft to engage the minds of her readers. She uses her words to masterfully illuminate the canvas of her readers’ minds, intricately, with flamboyant images expressed in almost scandalous detail. The book comprises of 101 poetic verses that express the emotional foreplay, real and imagined, between lovers and acquaintances, while exploring the themes of love, attraction, fantasy, relationships and break ups.

This book has a selection of love poems that I have written over the last ten years. Certainly they are flavored with the seasoning that is Jamaica. The emotions are true and raw; nothing is withheld.

My readers include a large sect that live for these poems. I enjoy seeing their glee and pleasure when they read through a couple…

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