Prevalent radiant chuckles, lighter Amid unisex class of learners, Obverse a lofty Tutor Entrepreneurship! d focal point like ‘rays’ Constant, in this room of smiling faces Packed full in a class of scholars, grouped in phases. From cogent point to ‘minute’ courses Lecture swims through forces of Question and answer ‘choruses Suddenly! yet gradually Whispers … Continue reading July 10
Days of hays Hay, good days When the sun shines so bright Bringing forth a lofty plight Forever, Till eternity My Joy will witness no calamity ‘Cos -Titi-Ni-Ayo, a worthy ‘affinity’ What a combination of name and ‘dexterity’ Olami-ti-de’, I can audibly shout! That at ‘Edun’s clan’, lies the beauty lounge For me to to … Continue reading From Me, Just for HER.
The race of Homosapiens, a puzzle Right from Cradle, the journey For survival, early and ‘badly’ The unknown destination go meddled. With the might of a pen Myriads of dollars fly in tens And thousands cry and wail out there Due to their sweat of blood, shared. Laws and rules, to them, bow. Jury’s crave … Continue reading Myriads…
Sun is set, cloud is red, Shop is closed, traffic’s on the road, Every’s aim is to get home Cos’ night is here, Dark has shown Most are home, …tired, then gate closed Strips, playing dirty Crooks, getting ready All from their shattering zone, Ready to strike like a Cobra in a chaos. Skulls, bones, … Continue reading Venial Pains
Traversing past d climes Of strange fairy ‘eyes’ Engulfed, engrossed by those ‘times’ Those melodic ‘Rhymes’,… Caring less Of d traffic mess, For I was pressed To release some urinary ‘waste’. Hurriedly untied my Versas trousers Noticing Not, the by-passers. So close she came, ‘Massa! She fumed, like an undue ‘Rasta’ Hell what doeth thou? … Continue reading Peeing on the Street
Oh what an open world Mothers caressing their children Fathers fleeing Leaving moms and kids to fend for themselves Complicating lives; leaving homes abandoned and desolate Oh what an open world Government developing into bottlenecks The populace crying to no avail Oh what an open world This world; an open world Men and … Continue reading A Myriad
The Sun from its tent Walking past the earth Stepping hard, on D Giant’s Tent,
An angelic creature I thought, A physical object, I saw? Up and down it swings At my lay-steeped eyes, it blinks. Pray Until Something Happen The Minister’s mouth, wide open But, eyes so open, more urgent! Is this angelic ‘pageant’ In the front seat Where ‘It’ sits So affable, its structure So palatable, … Continue reading An Interesting Distraction