Nichola Okoro

Rookie (11/2/82 / Kaduna Nigeria)

Corduroy Heart - Poem by Nichola Okoro

Heart corduroy is terse

None sings with me

The chorus shift centripetally

The wind I accused, the secret

My fuss is bliss

You deprecate

I be a penguin

Gliding to Imo

Father -

Father your amputated arm

Fuss amend

Your performance locomote like light

Meretricious fuss

To meteor

That Sunday dawn

Shelter of Christendom

Shied me away.

There -

Their unmitigated cloak,

Can’t weed like you

Domestic Assault for spouses

The sluggard!

My mellifluous M. U. S. I C

On - lookers venerate you

You can’t hear me

I see you. I revere you

A stranger commends you

He thinks I were his sister

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 16, 2010

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