DAMP. (a poem after the rains) by Akor Emmanuel Oche

 

 
After the rains
come the drain of a white washed
road–sepulchers
of pungent oozing paths.
Cossy skins blended
in tar pigmented melanin,
mock the innerbeing,
telling her she is wet,
telling her she is clean.
Only fire tests the truth of things.
Soon the road evapourates
the reminants of her hidden self,
and the skin
whispers the truth
of its self- dark,dirty,blue-
-in avarice for the subtle touch of water,
to purly through the body through
to the spirit.
After the rains come the real water.
Spinning the soul in spree.

 
Akor Emmanuel Ochen

 
Akor Emmanuel Oche is a Nigerian poet,critic,essayist and thinker.
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