Lamina Ifeoluwa

Transient Epiphany - Poem by Lamina Ifeoluwa


_Mentally advancing to the whispers of dying breath_
_Scents of unclad souls rot with death_
_It's such a pity, her virginity savaged! _
_By beings dwarfing about its peak_

_Altitude keeps them on sail_
_Deeper and further into hell so pale_
_It's an adventure of a glorious trail_
_Saliently without losing a tail_

_It is indeed a one time quest_
_A battle of one's prowess and superiority at best_
_If your soul alienates furiously there_
_Should nature treat u dear, would it be fair? _

_The sight of sadistic cold ice_
_Nibbling onto greatness not once but twice_
_Why don't we listen to the bellowing bells? _
_For only mindlessly adventuring tales can tell_

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Topic(s) of this poem: life, life and death, random thoughts

Form: Stanza

Poet's Notes about The Poem

The poem is about a temporary state in everyone's life

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 17, 2017

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