THEN, I WAS STILL TWENTY SOMETHING

Holy Mary

THEN, I WAS STILL TWENTY SOMETHING

By samuel enunwa, www.PoetryPoem.com/samueldpoetry442    Unlock all Features – Upgrade to Poetry Prime

I’m a very lazy being
Rats, roaches and crickets
In my neighbourhood
Can be of witness
That poetry’s only what I do
Willingly

Except that time in my life
I began to search, research
Strategise
And memorise with my head
And my strenght
Suddenly

It was a dark feminine
Beautifully shaped like a queen
Eighteen
The sweet aroma of her skin was always sweeter than that of chinchin;
Then,
I was still twenty someting

A Revrend sister was she
Who was driving me crazy
Can you imagine?

Samuel C. Enunwa aka samueldpoetry, a monorhyme poet http://www.twitter.com/samueldpoetry is where you can meet my 920followers

MY QUOTE:”The storm of love can toss your boat anywhere.”(Samuel C. Enunwa)

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