Mcanthony C. Nwatu
The Anthem - Poem by Mcanthony C. Nwatu
L.O.V.E, deep warm feeling for
Oneself and others. Kindness; our
Heart to gesture good to each other
You precipitate like manna from heaven.
The love I know is, lenient, o'er
Caring, verity, ecumenical; elation
Ndoo! For you are now
The libertines' anthem.
The you I see now is
Libido, orgasm, vice villainy that
Extracts vim and fully egregious lust.
Lust, it is and strikes like
Roman sword and causes love bite
Lovesick, lovelorn that deters courage
You are odorous and volts the
Spirit that leads weaker vessels astray.
Love, are you still unique?
Love is an anthem everybody sings it.
Just for lewd and luscious purposes
And it's deceitful.
Pah! You are not for the
Leonine, focal masters and mccoys.
Eheeh! Are you ever at first sight?
Huu! Fake, escape for you
Have been revealed.
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