ÀSHÀKÉ by Omotayo Awoyemi

Ashake, The day I wrote you a song, I broke my throat. I penned it on my cornea, But a flood of brine it became, When life ’Hi’ed’ me with hurt, And fluxed away with my pains. Nevertheless, I have the rhythm In my systole, and diastole. I pray you’ll...

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MOREMI AJASORO by Ololade Akinlabi

Taking thoughts backward, Reminiscences of ancients; They are lost in memories Pieces left are hymns in holy papers Perhaps, discos are the better dance steps. Taking thoughts backward, Ancient archives plied through wind Whirling wind, in my memory they lodge, Descedants of living sculptures we are We are, offsprings of...

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ÀWÈRÓ by Ololade Akinlabi

Awero, night before yesterday night Behind the bricks when all eyes Had lost there consciousness And that always smiling spherical shaped thing call the moon splashed light on you Acceleration takes over my blood circulation Deep down my retina, your imagery wallow……. Awero, a night before today’s Right their in...

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