FWGE: In Our Solitary Darkness by Oluwaseun Shedrack Akodu

in our solitary darkness I will hug you, like I hug pillow and see you pant while my beats release bliss on you and send you chords of pendulous roses. I will shine my teeth on your lips, and bite myself in you, that your cuddles will rate me beyond voids. I will blow to …

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FWGE: Four poems by Emmanuel Olukanni

Cherrie Blossom   You saddled my heart; Like a wild horse; Amidst clouds of white stallions.   Your taste lingers on my lips; Like a misty tint of moonshine; On late summer nights.   You are a wild rose; By the river side. Taming the tides.   For most nights, As I hold you. Under …

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