Suit Too Nice Along The Blue World - Poem by ONOJA ANTHONY
Suit too nice along the blue sea world
Suit us though this bliss of abyssal world
The flicks of reckless broken sliver waves
The dreams of simbat and seven seas
Thou I'm not from pacific nor from Nile
When the ship took off without its captain
Then shall we fly on poets carpet.I know how vast this quest odd to beam but a hedge over our youthful haul!
We only saw the golden fishes then we saw her entice our lustful love.she was but a flower in this marine world
Still make us marry our lust and became the lost boys in wonderland.
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