Poetry Play #32

poetry play

Samuel Oluwatobi Olatunji and Torera Adesina


                She walks into the cold morning

                A fluttering fluffy figure with almond eyes


                A spring in her step

                A smile on her face

                Love in her eyes

                Pain in her heart


                She has known coldness colder than the cold morning

                Coldness a cardigan can’t control


                But she carries a warmth warmer than a warm sunny noonday

                Warmth no weather will wear off


                And as she walks, she shares warmth

                A sweet segment of sunlight to every soul that greets her


                And she takes in a little of their dark

                A little of their cold

                A little of their pain


                Becoming an angel of aggregation

                A moving mass of things buried deep


                Yet she doesn’t care

                She walks into the cold morning

                A fluttering fluffy figure with almond eyes

                Ready to take in the cold and spread the warmth

NB: Poetry Play, a product of Artilogue in partnership with PenAStory, is a game in form of poetic dialogue for every poet on BBM. It is a game of two poets: one drops a line or more, and the other replies, flowing along until one of them gives up, or the poem gets too long. Every poem formed from this game will be published here (penastory.com) every Friday and Saturday. So poets, are you ready to play? If yes, contact Samuel via BBM: 7f5210ec


About PenAStory

PenAStory is a group of young individuals with a passion for literature who have decided to come together to write under one platform. We seek to educate, inform as well as entertain our readers. Also, because we are targeting young literature lovers, we would like to touch on other interests of their lives hence the relationship category and because we all need a bit of motivation in our lives, we decided inspiration won't be so bad
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