Korede Abiodun

My Beacon - Poem by Korede Abiodun

I do not know of more mysteries
That Seyi holds for me.

Looking keenly,
Threading lightly
Eyes squinting
Into her dome of mystic
The immanence of purity
Where I'd be bound for eternity
In her smile I will, I will find all
Needed to swerve all turns and curves
In her silky skin
I'd lick of the love that flows for me.
Happy to be doomed, ever
Let nothing set me free, never.
Not ever, from the purity
Of her eyes, an ambush for all unwary
Man that dares to look closely
Into its sprite, be-witching!

Hiatus, push and pause
My beacon

Break to make this okay
Breathe, O God, breathe, give and take
In each breath I have found life
Tightly held, by my lover's arms
O Lord, Good God, in darkness
Let me be. Leave me by myself
In endless night, no more of your (words) lights
For there is light in my Seyi's thighs
No fears of the great Dark
Or who is lurking after our sounds
Her juice is enough to suffice
My eternal thirst
Woman, let me flooded in your juicy grail
Then swim to your Two-hill Vale
Where I will wipe my face
And sulk on my fate
Smoother my chin,
Rest my cheeks
Then bury my ears in those hill!
If God dare calls on me
'Korede' I'd reply saying
Call back, I can't hear a thing you are sayin'

For in the immolation of her wantonness
I've found succulent and all there is of love and meek-ness.

Dedicated to Heaven(My Girlfriend)

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 14, 2012

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