By Dotun Jide

Caffeine for the coffin

Dark oil in rusted engine.
Adorned -
like snowflakes on a tarred road.
Sea salt in the witch’s brew.
The potion gladdens.
The corpse must live.

Dotun Jide
DOTUN JIDE as born in 1998 in southwest Nigeria. He studies at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario. He likes music, creative writing, photography and journalism.