31 Days of Poetry - Day 30 - SUNDAYS AND SUN-DAYS - by Sam De Poet

(... HIS POEM ...)

You look pretty good on Sundays,
Like pretty sister Nancy,
Always catching our fancy.
We looking down on you from high heels,
And you? Our admirations you feed. 

You look pretty good on Sun-Days,
Like smoking Sissy Nancy,
Always catching our fancy.
Shining, glowing, beaming your rays,
arrays of colorful lights pouring down on you.
You look damn good on Sun-Days.

On Sundays with your shiny apparel,
Your dazzling, tempting enshroudment.
And on Sun-Days your glaring, tempting cotton.
Your fiery, arousing fabric.
You look good on Sundays and Sun-Days too. 

Your audience on Sundays,
Sings your moral praises
On Sun-Days you set, 
Their libido in blazes.
A calm sea on Sundays, a raging storm on Sun-Days

You look pretty good on some days,
On Sundays and Sun-Days.
Hypnotizing, mesmerizing all
But on other days,
We see you in full glory,
Looking pretty damn ugly, Sister, WHY?


 EGC:  Your Real Name & Stage Name 
SAM: Enobakhare Samuel Ogbemudia, referred to as Sam De Poet by a number of friends.

EGC:  Discipline/What You Do
SAM: Journalist, putting it precisely a Media Practitioner.

EGC:  Other Creative Art Forms You Practice 
SAM: Besides Poetry, he's got a lot of love for photography which he plans to explore a little more in the nearest future.

EGC:   What Made You Go Into Poetry 
SAM: Basically, his journey into poetry entails a yearning; he was looking for a route through which he can express himself without pressure and poetry served as that path. It literally gave him the loud voice he was yearning for.

EGC:  Kind Of Poems You Write/Perform
SAM: His poetry themes ranges from romance to religion, politics, poems on nature you just name it. His muse isn't pinned down to a particular theme, it explores a variety.

EGC:  People Who Inspire You In Poetry 
SAM: Sam is inspired basically by the people around him, most of them he met right here on the world wide web. According to him, each and every one of them makes him better in his art.

EGC:  What You Hope To Achieve With Poetry 
SAM: He writes hoping to affect lives positively and possibly effect a change worthy of a mention in the society and aims at achieving something that will write his name boldly on the sands of time, something to immortalize his name.

EGC:  Poets You'd Like To See At Next Be Blessed 
SAM: He's is looking forward to seeing talented poets/spoken words artistes do their thing, performers like Kafayat Gold, Chika Jones and all the wonderful Ibadan Poets spearheaded by Adedayo Agaru and Co, He's yearning for the amazing roll call of performers EGC is known for.

EGC:  How Many Times You Came To Be Blessed 
SAM: Sam's only appearance at Be Blessed so far was back in 2014, a memorable experience that afforded him the opportunity to meet like minds. The sense of oneness amongst poets alike was something infectious, something He's been yearning to experience again ever since.

EGC:  What You Like About EGC
SAM: what Enigmatic and team are doing, their insatiable drive for empowering up and coming budding talents. Poets, Photographers, Models you just name it! EGC is out there selflessly giving out opportunities to talents in all the aforementioned areas and many more.