It was a warm Friday evening, the day was already in two halves, gentle winds caressed my cheeks as I strolled past the red tank on my way home. It was a landmark in my head. Whenever I passed it, I would run my fingers along its edges and close my eyes and savor every … Continue reading When Sugar Calls
When Sugar Calls, I answer Bidding my time, Priming my tongue A sweeter sweet, a creamier cream Decked with the finest color, sparkling in that fresh new wine When Sugar Calls, We answer We are sugar slaves Head to toe like a string of beads We are ants black not, soldier not, but sugar ants … Continue reading Sugar
Bayo Poundedyam Was a handsome man Before he died He was a nice man Or preferably a guy For he was thirty two Before he died Bayo would smile Whenever he talked For he was a nice man To the best of his knowledge Before he died Bayo would smile At people Whenever he walked … Continue reading Bayo PoundedYam
Sweet! Your scintillating smile, Perfecting such exquisite beauty, Striking, like priceless diamonds, Reflecting the morning sun. Sweet! Your graceful chortle, From organs absolutely fitted, Playing, like melodious sonata, Emanating from deluxe opera. Sweet! Your thoughtful words, Blending wisdom, and caring-savvy, Soothing, like rain drops, Caressing an expectant farmer. Sweet! Your alluring moves; … Continue reading Sweet!
First wash With water by now you should be salivating. Next Position the washed stick At a convenient angle 45, 90, 270? Depends on you. Then Dig your teeth Just in-between The hard protective layer And the soft fibrous core. At that point pull quickly! For some pleasure is to be found … Continue reading The Grass I Love to Eat: A Tutorial
This day is done The night is gone Hope for a better day Seems to be dwindling In a corrupt nation