Poetry from Excel Chinagorom Michael

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Elocution to bitter cola

My smile– belligerent like the harmattan wind
& the unfriendly vibes of tailwind
blind thought whose wings are wild
into baking ashes of vague memories.

pray, so I don't use teeth
place on goat's os and flesh—
its flak like fusillade 
to chomp succus teeming moroseness.

here, serpent's head obtrude
you don't eulogized his nude
else you pelts Cain's misfortune-
when brother becomes a cutlery of fraticide 
playing orchestral bells into my home. 

how do you butcher a body,
how does tremors breaks out
from your sinew like nectars—
what a headache you are.

I walked into the kitchen
on croaking voice—
you know what comes next?

I eat your blonde.


Bio: Excel Chinagorom Michael is a Writer and a poet from the suburbs of Aba, Nigeria. He's concerned in documenting reality into streams of words. He writes unorthodoxy; poetry and articles on diverse subject. His poems are forthcoming or published in poemify publishers Inc, and kreative diadem. He's a blogger, graphics designer and a Paint producer. 

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