My love poem in munukutuba (kituba, kikongo) has all the heat and rhythm of your dances. Pretty poem, African woman, look at your image, your reflection in the water of Congo river, or in your mirror with this munukutuba poetry. Do it fast, because it evaporates, like the water of your river, heated by the sunshine!
Kituba is a creole of kikongo spoken by 7 million people, in both Congos, in Angola and Gabon. It is a language that has prevailed over many dialects, notably because of trade. For fun, I put here this Bantu language in the mandombe syllabary, invented by David Wabeladio in 1978, because it is rather pretty and will really change of the usual Latin letters.