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Sauce-In-Law By Fredrick Elumah

POSTED 06/15/2018 12:53
1569 Reads Sauce-In-Law By Fredrick Elumah, Poetry on Tushstories
held from behind-
his hands clamped to the
oranges above the tree.
The tree-
centered around her chest,
only two seed.
touch your toes-
a position held in solace,
he began to suck the red ones.
pointing-
up without distress,
a gimmick view.
food-
like a hungry man sights his meal,
he took the first shot.
innocent-
she looked small,
but packaged edges and curves.
love pocketed-
younger brother's wife
served for lunch.
Regret-
on a joy ride with the devil,
taste of fresh wedded sauce-in-law.
gently-
he trod his path,
through the thickness of bush...
refreshing gulp-
scent of chemicals mixed with emotions'
wet day.
His fingers-
digging holes out,
like a blind man in search of coin lost.
swimming-
he pushed harder to locate a way,
edible odor.
warm-
beneath the thighs,
wrapped him at the center of the gate of hell.
dark-
black crying snake,
found no ease pulling out.
saliva-
mouth filled with venom,
scion tucks head in bottle.
A knock-
it was never heard,
door opened...
shame-
restored in milliseconds,
husband man takes his life.
wipe out-
the scenes before the
jugdeman judges George.

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