My Lady Onion

OK, today on dVerse its all about food and poetry courtesy of Claudia so I’m reblogging this piece as a token of my expression … hope you like πŸ™‚

Festival King

Bundle of complication, Passionate; Rich in flavor, I could swear you be Cancerian by your mystifying behavior.
You are many layers; one core, Peeling at you leaves me sore, Wanting you is torture but the treasure of your spice I cannot ignore.
Lady, wild and free, Let me tend to you in my garden without fee, Let me have you for my own and savor your gifts, I alone.
O Common and yet Rare ingredient in my course of life, I long to keep you and have you for my wife. So in tears I'll patiently strip away to your center;

 Knocking on the portal to your heart till you 'gree me enter. And though you may be complex and sting for a time, I know Lady Onion, someday you'll be mine...
Β©2011 Festivalking 

Hahaha! πŸ˜€

Just had fun with this, but I guess you can tell by now that…

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31 comments on “My Lady Onion

  1. I really loved your use of metaphor here. I equally enjoyed the way you have formatted this piece. An excellent piece of writing! I really liked it. The hunger!

  2. I balance well my dear. Me I dey like Delegiwa. Norin much too. I just say make I feel your flow small. You dey try die. Your lines dey too too trip me. I commot cap for you! πŸ™‚

  3. Nothing do you my sister, I just dey use yarns flex. Everybody get em swag. Na so Baba do am for us. You no go crash? Abi na jand you dey? Time don fly well well oh! Enjoy! πŸ™‚

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