TAKE ACTION by Mayor Jake

Listen friend, Get your butt on the seat. Let me tell you how to creep and how to keep. Let me show you how to jump those bars And how to make use of your compass in life. Then you will stir through it once and for all. You can...

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WHAT IS BEST by Samuel Sijuade

Way, way round the world Roll, roll snow the ball Run, run race the wind Warp, warp beats the storm Slow, slow moves the snail Sit, and I shall tell you which is easy -much more which is best Way, way, round the world Skip, skip, miss a step And...

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GONE by Ken Mamman

A heart is a home a home of all the care You have in you all the understanding a heart is you you are a heart free it came like a birth shattered it went like the tortoise mashed and therted trempled upon non stop today it gives only hate...

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BATTLESHIP by Oyediran Babajide

Half cast don’t claim black cast They are naturally cast The light among the crowd The victorious in battleship The float in a ship sinkingI wonder why I don’t sleep at night I realized it is the battleship Off-guard  in the middle of the night I lay my head to sleep...

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THE SKY AND THE STARS by El Sane Ken Silencer

Look at the sky- A’the sky, Behold, the stars. Looking deep at em, They speaks- Sparkling, talking; encouragement… Look at the sky, At the sky, Behold, silence… Silence- It’s not dark. It’s not bright. The stars… I look at the sky. At the sky, The stars; They speak, With our...

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ABIKU by Omotayo Awoyemi

The day he was birthed, He came laughing. With his frail little hands, he Tilled his mother’s thigh and Sowed a kiss, and he said; “Take this as my signature, You’ll be wanting in a count of barrens, But this shall be my landmark, for In three days, the son...

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TURNING TIDE by Tosin Rock

When the wind seems against you movements are restricted choices limited sickness beckon passions get soaked in dry hope friends and families weep strangers pity evil perpetrators look sinister Culprit await independence Alas! the tide has turned The innocent will be freed Testimonies will abound Enemies will be disgraced Families...

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