Igwe Kalu


Viii. Drift - Poem by Igwe Kalu

The sun sets it shining
In fine orange oil
Drawn from inside beneath

The sun sets it blazing
Dark mounds and fine talc
Dispersed underneath remains

Then the grey rises
And a fine black lifts
From the mass left to smolder

The grey drifts into the eye
The black upon fine panes, would rest
- And yield to fingers against it.


Comments about Viii. Drift by Igwe Kalu

  • (11/27/2007 12:51:00 AM)


    that's really quite beautiful! I love the line 'in fine orange oil' awesome job...you can really picture this..

    Meghan
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  • (7/3/2007 12:47:00 PM)


    Well you sent me a message asking me to look over your poems and leave comments. Here i am ^_^. I think this poem was AWSOME, but what really intrigued me was the title. It sounds very cool...Keep up the good work! (Report) Reply

  • (7/2/2007 3:56:00 PM)


    Igwe, the imagery is quite sparkling. The flow is relaxed and made it easy to read from top to bottom. Top marks my friend. Thanks for sharing it.
    David
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  • (7/1/2007 3:27:00 PM)


    I agree with BOTH of them! This is a nice poem. (Report) Reply

  • (6/30/2007 7:44:00 PM)


    hey i agree with Erika a nice poem. i enjoyed reading it. (Report) Reply

  • (8/26/2005 12:41:00 AM)


    hey nice poem..love it...i added u...so sumtymes we can chat bout poem..all those stuff....neway keep it up.. :) (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Poem Edited: Tuesday, June 19, 2012


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