Treasure Island

Ebi Robert

(6 feb 1990 / Yenagoa(Niger Delta))

Tari; The Greatest Magic


Temptress the sorceress brimful of black-magic;
hereby kisses boom of brill wizard.
Kisses to choleric black-out.
Kisses to trace chirping of citations.
Fending the zits of evil flaunting preface,
romantic tipsy of necromancy.
Kisses to forest ceilings
pushing cooing notice
so strife each, sterling white-out.

He that has ears let him hear.
He that does not have ears let him listen.

Principals nested on the squawk
Tawny nest freeze.
Kisses healed him grew
going go, mare mere scroll.

Let the thunder rule the day
and lightning rule the night.

Tinged to the extreme, angelic pen
to a fluting oldster stumbling.

Spamming sorcery
While magic mused, angel princes.
Kisses Tari, kisses white magic
Kisses of light, moonless price.

Submitted: Friday, November 18, 2011
Edited: Saturday, April 28, 2012

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This poem is just talking about love been the greatest magic ever on earth.......TARI means love.........the poem uses the work of nacromacy to show how love is powerful.........It is more of an extended metaphor........

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