Omotoyosi Soniyi

The Humor In Horror

Rustling leaves crave attention
Shrubs halt saliently tall
Lanky trees sap the sun's strength
Clustered herbs tire out

Criss-crossed lines mask smooth curves
Patches of cracked blocks flaunt beauty
Diverging roads pursue various fountains
Wild leaves muffle with ease

Hyacinths on the warm sea doze
Exposed cleavages seek closure
Bush paths thicken innocently
Pure clear spots distinct out

As the day sheepishly rolls into night,
In slumber-surrender i admit defeat
Of the darkest nights-Is
A glimmer of glittering light.

Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 22, 2009

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  • Opeyemi Aro (9/21/2009 11:27:00 PM)

    What a deep n meaningful poem! Really like ur style of writing

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