WHAT WE SHARE

WHAT WE SHARE

…A duet by Fasusi Ayobami Folakemi & Adesoro Segun Emmanuel

i.
On the stainless wall of my brain
I made recital of your name -my fame
Like dawn-to-dusk free-falling rain
Pregnant crowded cloud couldn’t tame.

Never knew love grows like weeds-
‘Til I found you in my heart’s royal garden
Greener than the finest of wheats
So ebony and sweeter than honey.

Only heaven’s finest work of art,
Has built a love castle in my heart,
Let us then, write our love story on moon’s palm
For yet unborn couples to recite in psalms.

ii.
Beyond love, friendship -we share
Together, we make a fabulous pair
We have risen above all difficulties, fear
Basking in the euphoria of love and care

You ‘re my Superman, I’m your Louis lane
Are you spiderman? Meet your Mary Jane
You are more to be desired than honey
With you, I’m ready for life’s journey

Our love is secured with end to end encryption
Gallant firewall that has defied all decryption
We are homies, buddies, two peas in a pod
The world can’t comprehend us, – odd.

*K-Classico et. Àse* © 2016.

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ODE TO NATURE

ODE TO NATURE

By: Adesoro Segun Emmanuel, Ojo Francis & Babalola Adeola

i.
The naked wind sings lullaby
Putting earth at comfort rest
The pleasure riches can not buy
Freely given from globe’s breast.

ii.
The dancing strings from the sky.
With birds to clear the way.
The trees bend and sway.
Hoping the tears of t’monster in the skies.

iii.
In the cold of the night,
You wrapped us in your bosom.
In the hot sun, fanned us under Odan
Still at night, you shined your touch that we stumble not.

Àse et. De Thinker, Rev. T-N-T
© 2016.

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WHY MURDER ME FOR MY FATHER’S CRIME?

WHY MURDER ME FOR MY FATHER’S CRIME?

Just as innocent as you were…
In my lay in the pre-world
Hoping patiently to visit the colourful cosmos
As every lives would have…
Passing through tunnel of strive to lively life.

Never knew about the sins of my father
Would have been glad to call you mother
But you denied me love; ordered my murder
You should have let me visit the world and suffer

Why murder me for my father’s crime?
I would have made you smile,
If you ‘d given me more time
To be that joy that walks you on endless mile.

Why did you do it?
What have I done to deserve been butchered?
How could you deny me a grave?
I was innocent! Mum, I am!
Why murder me for my father’s crime?

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LETTER TO MY AFRICAN WOMAN

LETTER TO MY AFRICAN WOMAN

(…inspired by Tosin Ayo)

Dearest Barak Nkem Ife,
Have my golden heart to yourself
Weaved with undiluted emotional affection
From the workshop of the craftman of words

Sleep couldn’t embrace my sight
Since your ineffable beauty encapsulates me
No mystery behind the oedipus of your attraction
A jewel of inestimable value

A terrific body of a terrestial goddess
Inaccessible by humanity’s assessment program
A prolific heart robber, any sane man would naturally fall for.
The most elegant work of arts from the heavens

As fresh as the tropical tamarind
Of glowing eyes like the globe’s fluorescence
Illuminates the universe with radiant smiles
Behind lips as smooth as olive oil

Your look is more than finest of wine
Having a taste of your luscious lips is bliss eternal
Your long lissom hair is dashing to the core
With breath-taking round leather bosom

Life with you; an endless streak of timeless fun
As that fortress; taking captive of the scorching sun
Extracting sweet honey from the quiescent moon
And compete, in your glamorous sparkles with shinning stars

Dearest glowing diamond of Barak,
You bestow unbridled pleasure to the eyes
As raindrops give rainbow to the sky
Let me take you always, side by side

Why on earth must I be your Romeo?
‘Cos you need not be Juliet
Lets write our own love story
And keep the blazing affection ravaging

Cast your chunk of fears upon me
Like the lonely night to its moon
Be it that you one is my sole confidant
To whom I envelope my golden thoughts

Sweet Nkem, your blissful beauty makes my heart palpitate
While my emotional temperature undulates
With penetrating eyes like dreamy tangerines
Am lost amidst amorous fantasies

I kept drowning in love of you; daily
Like the endless sea without its depth
For your gorgeous poise is so profound
With your charming gaze so deep and alluring

I marvel as your seething sight tells,
Wordless story of boundless love
A cluster of virtues you are…
A desert of vices and mirage

Who dares compete with my Ife?
Laden with luscious fruits of fresh proportions
The cripsy pumpkin in the market of excellence
More radiant than the glowing yellow sun

My satisfied heart is hungry to paint you whole
With aesthetic colourful words of the world
As I now let loose-less my bleeding pen
Have my golden heart to yourself.

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~MENOPAUSE~

~MENOPAUSE~

(in collaboration with an aesthetic young poet; Olanrewaju Moses)

Your beauty is timeless
Yes! It could stop a clock
Your attractive figure; a burglar
Do burst, ev’n worthless heart
You ‘re legitimate in robbery
Of the reasoning faculty of the wise
Your smiles are heart attacking
Hold captives, strongest of monsters
You ‘re an amorous beast
Feeds on proposals for feast

In deep reminisce of those days;
Under that guava tree,
Where birds peeped into our love says
Stretching emaciated neck like sunlight rays
There, I set my steaming feelings free
Woman! you jabbed my love with your echoing nose.

Bees buzzed around the honey in my brain,
Genuflecting to sing serenades to my ears
Still, you left me in the rain
Ev’n after those haunting years,
When my legs quivered at your build, with sorrow
I soar’d still into sullen light of the morrow

Age scanty as twenty;
Your lust lingered in the alfresco of elites
The sheet of your amply fragranced bed
Wet from sweat of stale night adventures
Wands of currencies poked from your purse like vultures
Then, I perceived eroticism fully fed.

While branches sprouted from trees,
And seeds birthed, blossomed of flowering mothers
After five decades of the first cry,
You cuddled wrappers alone; desolate as the desert
Eggs crying in ovaries within- the agony none could exact!
Never embraced marriage,
Perhaps, you wanted to mar-age

Aaaargh! Forget not, visiting days
For the young shall grow
And the past will crow
Do not take it for fate
When hope can’t rely on faith
And beauty masked by cracky face

A new leaf begins with a pause
Gaze now, beyond the grinning purse
Lest, your lust is embraced by menopause.

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