‘Quotation is a serviceable substitute for wit’

Blind Bird has just dropped a great post I cant do but to reblog

A Blind Bird

Oscar_Wilde_by_Napoleon_Sarony,_1882

The man of wits beyond measure, and of course he had a quote about quotes. 

Today is the 160th birth anniversary of Oscar Wilde (born 16th October 1854), so this is just a speck of a tribute to this ingenious writer and poet. 

A bird sketched in shadow
made for the plain wall
Was destined to be the
most colourful of all
To a world
without walls
It flew, in
the rainbow
to be a puppet
with no threads

“We are all in the gutter but some of us are looking at the stars” – Oscar Wilde.

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Upright Breast by Samuel Enunwa

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NOTE:
This post is motivated by the uprightness of breast. An upright breast adds beauty to women and make men get more attracted to them but it has always remain the cause of men (not excluding this poet) lossing control and indulging in cheating.

POEM:
Upright breast.

Milk must be there within

sugar tasting like sugarcane

in mixing with

salivary liquid of a baby and me

fornicating someone else’s property. Oh

Reverend Father! Please, this’ my confession.

I truly wish to stop it.

Samuel C. Enunwa aka samueldpoetry
now @ naijapoets.com