Two Poems By Owolusi Lucky

Come nigh fair lady shall I mummify
That beauty in verses come century
Your beauty shall be forever deify
In April. This your beauty buttery my
Pasture like sunflower. it’s afternoon
Of my life, stay long with me till night calls,
When time upon your brow will cast its dune
Your epithet shall be runes upon scrolls
Unveiling to young lovers ethereal
Magic of love deified when doubt allay.
In paintings we shall abide in aery,
In songs we shall be a hymn of solace.
Tarry with me in March, I shall sow seed
That in life’s ember months shall not recede.
Dumping plastics, abort 
Giants from watery womb.
Ocean weeps in flood-

 Owolusi Lucky is a Nigerian Writer. He has published in magazines, anthology and journals including, Noctivagant press, Crosscurrent, America Diversity Report, Afrorep, Decolonial Passage, arkorewrites, Hallowzine, Overtly Lit, Scars Publication, SweetyCat Press,Dietmilkmag and others. He shares his thoughts at: 

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