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The shocked stars'd hurriedly left the sky
And ashes of the elfin moon still remains
The startled sky'd turned a new sleeve
Replacing her dark blanket into a brilliant blue
My Bridget Had A Rare Smile
It all began structurally,
The beautiful bricks in her eyes,
Began the soothing effect of the foundation,
Knocking down houses of soary wrinkles,
Two Birds Brokeup
We became walking diatribes of moving phrases,
Tacklingthe burden of hunchback monotones,
Shackled with the lead of empty metaphors,
All along flunging an apple at the smirking moon,
Of Slavery Rain...
its tormentous falls
plaited the the leaves and trees with watery coiffeur
it made them mumble.it made them murmur.
it made them grumble.it made them stumble.
No Credit Today
that skinny sango-worshiping tree over there
barely removed my head for asking for one more beer
may she develop elephantiasis only on her left ear
and may lightning flog out bad manners from her big mouth for a year,


Kayode Peter Ogunleye 28 August 2008
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