Sunkissed Majesty by: Jaay Dee Kayy

My sunkissed majesty,

The air you breathe brings life to my withered lungs, so I sing;

Your sultry chocolate skin shines radiant, so bright and brilliant,

The skin that the gods made by hand to be, so strong and resilient,

That natural hue, and those healthy locs, my God on High, he's blessed;

With skin so smooth, with eyes like the darkest root that runs deep into the darkest land,

From the darkest tree,

That sunkissed man, is always so good to see, my King,

Like a sunset, you're a son of God, I see,

Your mystical beauty, 

My sunkissed majesty.

This poem is about: 
Me
My family
My community
My country
Our world
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