Solomon Ndichu


The Eunuch - Poem by Solomon Ndichu

So he stands with his body strong
At a huge door, makes it look
Like the eye of a needle to a camel
Envy of men really!
Standard of power for damsels
Apple of their eye
Their crave and sex symbol
He looks at his muscles
with pain and tears in his eyes
that no one can see
The blazing sun not starring
Cause it's very much omniscient
of all that happens
in the light everyday
And heard whispers from the moon
of what he did in the dark
Maybe he wished he was the skinniest man on earth
To be in the Guinness book of records
Booked for beatings every time he goes for a Guinness
Maybe he could had had cubs
And he smiles at the fantasy
Frowns at reality
Cause the supplement for his muscles
Suppressed him to a eunuch for life!

Topic(s) of this poem: drugs

Form: Free Verse


Comments about The Eunuch by Solomon Ndichu

  • Dr.tony Brahmin (5/14/2016 12:23:00 PM)


    he smiles at the fantasy
    Frowns at reality
    Cause the supplement for his muscles
    Suppressed him to a eunuch for life! strange life. drugs......... sad consequences...... a fine poem. thank you very much. tony
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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 22, 2016



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