Letter to Eniola

Dear Eniola, I don’t know if you still remember me. I don’t know if you are still angry with me. It’s been up to 11 years or more. I feel guilty each time I remember, how I lost a good friend, who […]

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Tomiwa Olasiyan’s Post – A Sequel

The past couple of weeks, the poetic giant in me rose up. To put it more succinctly, I returned back to my first love-POETRY. Poetry is the language of a deep mind. It creates harmony, resonance which reverberates into the inner core […]

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Ogbomoso – An Ode

A city proud to be among cities The land of great warriors Of Ogunlola, Of Elemosho Where Oba Oyewumi Ajagungbade holds sway as the Soun In the palace hall, which also houses the ancient tortoise..Alagba(about 337years old) Who you either kneel or […]

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CHANGE in the ancient city

It has always been ancient in age Majestically crowned as the largest city in West Africa The home of Adelabu Penkelemeesi The abode of Lamidi Adedibu Of Amala and gbegiri politics The home of great kings Of Asanke, of Operinde, of Arapasowu […]

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