My Missing Rib - Poem by Olamide Onakoya
You dont want to explore,
You just hope you find it,
Your missing rib.
You wish when you meet,
Your ribs signals you,
Hi! here i am. your missing rib.
So you wont have to be nervous,
You go at ease, joyously,
And espouse your missing rib.
This cosmos modus operandi,
You have to be confident, search &sieve,
Solicit and convince, all for your missing rib.
Time flies by,
Insults, compliments and fun gone by,
finally, you found your missing rib.
Swimming in the euphoria of your found treasure,
You forget the experience of perturbed measure,
You went through, finding your missing rib.
Hey! it hollers!
The exploration was mutual,
My dear missing ribs.
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