Poem By samuel nze

My lofty eagle,
how I think of you as I
gaze into the sky to behold your
siblings drift through,
wings going platter-a-platter
In the golden sun.
You are resplendent my love in
your simple greatness,
Dark practicality and nimble demure.
Come into my arms for
respite; I swoon to catch
a whiff of your smell and
the fragrant warmth of your body
that enraptures in me that
wellbeing which the sound of
your voice alone can conjure.
It makes me tremble, I can
assure you.

Comments about Ugonna

There is no comment submitted by members.

Rating Card

5 out of 5
0 total ratings

Other poems of NZE

As The Dawn Comes.

As the dawn comes
I remember what mama used to say
You are a man
Never you forget

A Kiss May Mean Anything

One must not take love wrongly
A kiss may mean anything
Emotion gets physical in different ways
If planted on the head


I am quarreling
With security;
Failing to believe
I am endangered.

A Man Should Have Respect

A man should have respect
His case may not accord him that,
Nor his situation
Yet he must feel self worth.

A Robber's Apologia

Dusk has arrived,
Cover for my game;
Vehemence is swifter,
It will be tonight.

Boys Are Simple And Short

Boys are simple and short
Girls are complex and long
But both are human beings -
How different!