Harmattan Blues — V


Cold winds


Bodies Bend

Shape shifts

Shafts in sheaths

On sheets

Scores sung in

Silent moans



Disharmonic philharmonics

Symphony of creaks




Sounds of new life in


Read my poems published in the Kalahari Review


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10 Comments Add yours

  1. Yemie says:

    Oh la! Another dimension to the ‘Harmattan Blues’ phenomenon….pretty sensual and seductive! Of hearts and bodies, making beautiful, sweet sounding symphonies…. musics together and reaching a ‘crescendo’ at the making and birth of a new life! Wowzer! 👏👏👏

    Brilliant stuff Doc! Dunno how you conceived this but its awesomeness through and through! Double thumbs up! 😄

    1. topazo says:

      haven’t you noticed how many babies are born between August to October? what do you think is responsible for such multiplicity of births?
      you guessed right! Harmattan!

      1. Yemie says:

        Hehehehe! Seeing as am no Gynaecologist or Obstetrician, these statistics are pretty alien to me! LOL

        Plus, I coulda sworn more babies are made at the advent of the rains….’aroda ojo tinz’! LMAO!

        1. topazo says:

          Harmattan is a better baby maker than rain o….Harmattan cold no get part 2!

          1. Yemie says:

            You’d know that bit Doc, wouldn’t you?! LMAO!

            Am just an Harmattan Baby, conceived just as the rain’s making its way in, could be why that concept’s totally lost on me! *tsking*

            1. topazo says:

              you were conceived in harmattan! see?

              1. Yemie says:

                Nah! I was born during the Harmattan season, not conceived or maybe not! Whatever! LMAO!

  2. Adeleke Julianah says:

    I see what you do there
    Double entendres!
    Hilarious and serious at the same time

    1. topazo says:

      Hmmm…jules, what are you seeing o?
      how about our deal?

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