My Mistress (2019)

I don’t know about you but I love my mistress

Unlike my wife she listens and doesn’t judge,

She doesn’t badge or hold a grudge,

And so she let me speak it out or even shout,

Let me drawn my sorrows for today and tomorrow

She is fine with my pain and stain

But she also listens to my joys and let me share my victories,


I don’t know about you but I love my mistress,

My confidant and comfort in times of distress,

She is not after making a good man of me,

But she thrives in making a honest man of me,

She is ok with the angels and demons in me

She is ok with the man so strong but sometimes weak

She is also ok with the human in me


I don’t know about you but I love my mistress,

She doesn’t pretend to love me but she cares

And it is never her but about me,

One or two rounds and she get me in the mood,

The feeling of ecstasy like a chain in my brain,

And I feel like a king as she is my queen,

As I forget about tomorrow and yesterday


I don’t know about you but really love my mistress

She helps me unwind and takes away the stress and mess

She let me laugh my heart out and be happy and scrappy

She is my side kick or should you say my psychic

And what a therapist she is as she takes me from realities of life

I would kill for those moments together we steal,

As I really, really love my mistress


Author: Poetic Fountain

Ouma Kizito Ajuong is a poet in Nairobi, Kenya. He tells the African narrative through this interesting wave of rhime, word play, and poetry. his interest in poetry started when he was still a young boy in his early days at primary level education, where he found an artistic touch of story telling. He creates this platform to spin the wheels of African Culture, fairy tales, beauty and prestige through poetry while keeping up with modernity. Poetic Fountain; Like the purity and sanctity of a river, the fountain flows. Bringing with it novelty like never before, a poetic blend of the classical and modern style of writing while telling the African story through different themes and maintaining the educative value and purity of poetry

One thought on “My Mistress (2019)”

  1. In the day of mistresses and sponsors coupled with the recent killing of a university gal, this msg surely comes in handy…continue spreading the msg Mister, I like, I like.


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