Sunny Ezeokafor Nathan


So You Are - Poem by Sunny Ezeokafor Nathan

So you are;
Like those images from the Old Testament,
Maybe crystal alike.
But when you pray, give thanks and-
Don’t ask for an angel,
Because you are; one of the heavenly body.
Living amongst us, walking our roads; dining amongst us-
Yet we knew it not.
But today you have been seen by the eyeball of my pen,
I am not going to worship you, but to adore, I cannot refrain.

So you are;
Putting a smile on every face that beholds you,
Maybe a little feelings too.
Knowing now that you are an angel alike,
So do every eye that has seen you, dreams:
In that dream an angel appears, with a good tiding.
Had you not passed here today, what would've these dreams be?
Perhaps, an ant chasing after a bee.
So you are;
The beauty on the run-way, friend of the camera lens.
Maybe better than I thought.
With your chest designed; and the finishing like a pencil point,
Still at the same time I read each line on your belly as you lay.
Then you walked, the wind whistled,
At that point I recalled my dream at night;
Is now the image at my site

Topic(s) of this poem: love

Form: Free Verse


Poet's Notes about The Poem

I once met someone that took away my breath, unfortunately I didn't last.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, September 18, 2015



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