Empty Heart Poem by Tunji Ibrahim

Empty Heart

Rating: 3.5

Innocuously dangerous, pelted with some sort of simulation, obliquely lost in the brachiocephalic trunk, the actual region of love syllable attuned to the arch of synthetic penetaliation. Acrobatic triangulation beamed the bang bus partitively, above the innominatus chest of pecuniary nodes. Many a bridge led to her tolerable cornervations. A thousand bones enmeshed her regal flesh in the pashmina of futuero. Unknown to many, drills and rides came to be inversely proportional to her juicy interminable chara of refractory malady.

Valsa George 19 November 2012

You are pelting the reader with a volley of words harder than stones! ! A dictionary is not by my side for the time being to comprehend the full meaning! But I am sure, this is some great stuff! All Best Wishes, Tunji!

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Valerie Dohren 19 November 2012

No idea what this is about, too many impossible words. Simple emotive words are required to captivate a reader.

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Asif Andalib 13 November 2012

I have found it quite hard to understand because of scientific terms of medical science. However I liked it

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Babatunde Aremu 13 November 2012

I cannot understand this, pls. Come to plain language.

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Hazel Durham 13 November 2012

I have to be honest and say i didn't understand this poem, and thats my loss!

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Unwritten Soul 11 December 2012

The words chosen so well to me understand what empty heart feels like...when lovely title talk serious content, it did make my empty heart happened hahahahaha i mean i got the meaning you tried to show...nice shot! _Soul

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Poetheart Morgan 26 November 2012

so it gets tricky! ! where is my Michaelis! !

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Ruby Honeytip 21 November 2012

Ok. I totally don't get it......but I appreciate what the offer is. Show your heart and keep writing....you have lovely words to offer, I would love to understand them though: -)

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S.zaynab Kamoonpuri 20 November 2012

Woah man like evryone else says dis is too grandiose n grandiloquent vocab, too advanced for me. Yet kudos n bravo coz i admire highsounding word usage even if i dont get their exact intent in others poems.

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S.zaynab Kamoonpuri 19 November 2012

Woah like evryone else says dis is too grandiloquent n grandiose english too advanced for me. So bravo n kudos i admire high sounding verbiage even if i got it only half. Thanx 4 yor coment.

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Tunji Ibrahim

Tunji Ibrahim

Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria.
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