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Below is the poem entitled THE MISSEN RIB which was written by poet Great Jaja. Please feel free to comment on this poem. However, please remember, PoetrySoup is a place of encouragement and growth.

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It was a shock 
Even though I didn’t check the clock
That colorful approach blew my mind
Cause it was seldom to find

Prior to this time, panted my heart 
like never before
My system shook in search of the 
My members anticipated for as long 
as I waited
For time tickled slowly in delay of 

But something keeps beeping in my 
Up! Up! It seems far away in the sky
Soaring with birds of unequal 
And I know that’s ‘’U’’

When will force of gravity start 
working in opposite?
When will rapture show its face?
Even if rapture and gravity take to 
no concern,
Then I will board a plane

But still waiting for gravity to go hay-
Suddenly comes the heaven kissing 
the earth.
And now comes my dreams at my 
Oh! What an aura to behold.

See her smiling to attract sentence
My star, my heart, my baby
The rib that left before my inception
You’ve just filled the lacuna.

For I was blind yet could see your 
Dumb, but could still tell you that I 
love you
Deaf, but heard you when you called 
my name
Lame, yet walked into your life

Your eyes prints give me a reason to 
Your sonority reverbs in my tympanic 
membrane-all wisdom like a sonic 
Hmm! I feel the euphoria of true 
And I know we’ll forever move with 
the speed of light

Now, my members dangle for joy
They jingle doggedly because of this 
And never would I want to remain a 
For my heart still pants to answer 
your emotional questions

But…. Wait for a while!
Don’t I need some check up?

Ah! My chemistry has lost its sense 
of organization
My members gyrate even when I 
don’t  take cigarette
I am drawn to what I cannot 
But that’s not my fault
Cause at the touch of love, everyone 
becomes a poet.

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