BEAUTY PRAISE

a poem by Oredola Olamilekan Ibrahim, Nigeria

(DEDICATED TO GARBA OYINDAMOLA KHADIJAT)

As I sit on this grass to write
Of a lady's beauty that's so bright
I wonder how I can made the rite
With my pens, books and hands aright
Of praising a beauty that's dexterite
So I had to put the thought aside.

Later I hold to my pen to write
Of the blazing Sun that shines and bright
But all I can put down is a chanting rite
Of a beautiful radiant lady's height
Yet still I lacked words for her bit
So I had to put the thought aside.

Again I hold to my pen to write
Of the shinning moon that glows aright
But all I can put down is a meagre bit
As your face keeps flying in my mind like a kite
But still am short of words for your eyesight
So I had to put the thought aside.

Again I hold to my pen to write
Of the twinkling stars that twinkles white
But all I can put down are words partite
Of a lady's beauty that shines like starlight
Though not much of words to incite
But still I'll no longer keep aside!

Then I hold to my pen to write
Of a lady's beauty that's cool and lite
Enchanting smile of a broodsome site
Angelic looking of a darkened night
Easy steps of a melancholic bight!

Oh! I will sing of a charming sight
Of a soothing tongue that sings at night
Oh! Let me gist you of a perfect tight
Of a golden face that smiles a bright
Of a lady's beauty I will write and rewrite.

I've seen a lady that's cool and might
Her perfect curving, they did invite
You heard of a lady that's pretty and bright?
Then, it's this very Lady that I incite
A lady's beauty I will write and rewrite.

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