Poetry: Crossroads by O.Olanrewaju Trimiziu

Crossroads

We parted at the crossroad yesternight,
under the illuminating moonlight,
even though I knew it wasn't right,
I still wanted an embrace so tight.

I stood still in silence,
as you made your way down to your residence,
watching in awe of your physique,
your elegant steps full of mystics.

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My desire for your embrace heightened
and my love for you deepened,
as I slowly made way to my abode,
keeping thoughts of you above.

Then I heard the voice saying
"Won't you say a proper goodnight to your beloved",
like a quick flash I turned, expecting an embrace,
only to discover I was been played by voices in my head.

 


Biography:

O.Olanrewaju Trimiziu popularly known as OOHTEE is a poet who hails from Epe local govt Lagos state. He's currently an undergraduate in the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta and has created a niche for himself on campus with his writing prowess.


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