Poetry Play #54

poetry play penastory

Samuel Oluwatobi Olatunji and Cable

 

C:

Your beauty is a burning razor blade

Cutting through the papers of my mind

S:

Your name fills my imagination

Like overpopulated citizens of a nation

C:

You’re like the departing sun

Hues of a painter high on LSD

S:

I wish you are an artwork

I would have placed you before my bed

So that I can wake to see your face daily

C:

She loves me like a woman

Strong as lady

Laughs like a child

But cries like a baby

Maybe, she’s the one that’s going to save me.

S:

Maybe her love is the cure to my loneliness

Maybe she is the woman walking out of the street of my dream

Into the reality of my life

C:

Penrose stairs, infinite steps of your love, on fire

S:

Love letters littering bed sheets

The room smells of the fragrance of her skin

C:

Worship of Eros, speaking in tongues of flames

S:

Tongues burning with passion

Burning for each other

 

 

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: 7baa55ae

 

 

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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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