Oluwaseun Ogunbiyi

Untitled - Poem by Oluwaseun Ogunbiyi

Come quickly,
hence fall into my arms
clothe with fluffy feathers;
As velvet soothes the skin...

Let thy bodies sink mournfully,
lain strewn
as seeds to soil,
Tides to seas,
Be the breath in me.

Thus squint slightly
as you behold mine eyes
like rays of the sun,
Piercing thro' thine soul,
Cleansing thy spirit;

As though
Whenst our lips clasp,
Melting the frost
On thy frozen lips...

Bringing warmth
To thy wounded heart
With strokes from a fleshy thorn,
Subtly tracing tears of sparkle
From thy deprived eyes.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 6, 2006

Poem Edited: Monday, August 23, 2010

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