Forbidden Forest - Poem by akintunde odesola
With a door crowned with fragile tapolin
Which can be open with horrific biro key
Full of dreadful existing suspense
Coyly smiling to cities
Like a chameleon in the garden of colorful roses
A yard with fruit of saddened joy
Leading saint to the county of chaos
With a bridge that doesn’t reject foots
How I wish you never knock at my villa
So to live in there with righteous heart
Unveil sudden timing eternity
What a wish I wouldn’t have dreamt forbidden forest.
Odesola Akintunde T.
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