ODE TO MAMMARY GLANDS
My breasts are tender
Yet they tender
From cradle to king sized
Of call to babies
Mildly they suckle
Possessively they kindle
And all I do is bear tenderly
Caressing your cheeks
As I surrender my bosom
Tendering all my life
On plains where blooms flourishes
Rendering tenderly they flapped with pride
I wear my nudity with decency
My busts no longer hold this world in firm delight
My nectar shrivel to earth with fulfilment
And nature flagged it down with grace
For I bloomed for its savour
I wane from its pleasure
Gift Amukoyo Foraine. Born on 23 April hails from Delta, Sapele, Nigeria. Attended Delta State University where she studied English and Literary Studies and currently on her PGD in Mass Communication at the Nigerian Institute of Journalism.
She is a studios literatus who peruse with great delight, any good story she lays her hands on. Sheis a budding poetess; 1st Asa Poetry Prize Winner, 2014-2nd Edition, writer in other literary genres,as well as a book reviewer and an editor.
A spirited young lady encompassed with zeal to brainstorm innovative ideas and work on existing phenomenon and ideologies. She is jovial and on the sunny side of life with passion for research and result.