POEMS BY ONE MICAIAH

There lay a bottle of Pepsi
nearly half-filled
sitting under a useless tree
whoever dropped it must be freaking rich

Here sits my flat black ass
nearly seat-tired
sitting under another useless tree
Whoever left the drink must have left it to me

There stood three tiny boys
nearly Pepsi-filled
sitting next to my Pepsi
Whoever dropped it isn’t around for some

Here sits my hungry stomach
nearly Pepsi-filled
sitting next to my Pepsi
Whoever left the drink left it to me

They lay a bottle of Pepsi
nearly empty
sitting under the useful tree
Whoever dropped it must be freaking hungry

©One Micaiah.

Mikaiah Sunday Oyepintemi
Mikaiah Sunday Oyepintemi also known as One Micaiah is a Medical Laboratory Science graduate of the College of Medicine of the University of Lagos, a writer of poems and short stories and a lover of life. He is a believer of love and true friendship. Writing, to him, is the only way he can speak without talking. He hopes to write and publish as many books as he can, while alive. He looks forward to meeting new friends too. Please follow him on Twitter