SIXTH SENSE by Yugo Gabriel Egboluche

Who says there was silence in the dawn?
When all I hear is the stillness,
of cherubs and seraphs
whispering through light.

Who says there was darkness?
When all I see is the absence,
of light and freewill
confined in space and time.

Who smells dirt?
When all I perceive is alteration,
of a done matter
switching roles.

Who got a problem with salt?
When all I taste is sweet or sour,
of solids and liquids
with a tang of brine.

Who denies the presence of emotions?
When all I feel is real,
of highs and lows
that I may become complete.

SIXTH SENSE by Yugo Gabriel Egboluche

SIXTH SENSE by Yugo Gabriel Egboluche

Author: Yugo Gabriel Egboluche

Yugo Gabriel Egboluche is a graduate of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He lives and writes from Nigeria. His writing covers poetry, fiction, script and copy-writing. His poems have been published in Anthologies and webzines including The Kalahari Review, Praxis Magazine Online. His short stories have also been published in an African-Latin America anthology, blogs and translated into film.

  • A good one!

    • Yugo Gabriel Egboluche

      Thanks for your kind words Hannatu, you sure do great with your own piece(s)!

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