Poetry, Tale Africa

College Girls

By Chido Nyandoro, Zimbabwe:

With their legs crossed

They show off their patent heels

We all know the cost

And the way a good pair feels

They look so tall with skin so toned, refined

Coupled with matte lips and red wine

Their sunglasses channel

Catch their stubborn hair strands

As they scatter their cigarette smoke to the air

With such a fashionable flair

I know it's rude but I sit there

Sipping rosé, as I stare

I watch these girls pretend they care

Just a little about their twisted lives

As they sit acting like ladies

In their wooden chairs

Even their stories are not as valuable

As the cool breeze that messes their hair

As I stare

I watch these girls pretend they care

Just a little about their twisted lives

As they sit acting like ladies

In their wooden chairs

Even their stories are not as valuable

As the cool breeze that messes their hair.

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