Biography of Agbola Oluseyi
Agbola Emmanuel Oluseyi is a reknown young and talented poet and motivational speaker residing in Nigeria. He is currently studying Demography in Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile - Ife, Nigeria.
Agbola Oluseyi Poems
Bit By Bit
Sitting still on the bitter seat, We were beaten seriously by the heat Striving to beat the situation We fell on the bridge of continuation
The Man's Mandate
Make a mark and mark the man, The He elected of every of his kind, To him give an auction to function, A sea of oversee to see over others,
I See By Night
but the day provides its light but my eyes are not dim but the day-break is every man's pleasure but the blue sky is to my eyes a cloud
Arise? But I Have No Legs!
Arise? But I have no legs! Nither gold nor brass nor wood can make it so- But the thin blade cannot but do, Having its way not minding what is hurt.
The Stolen Air
An enemy of the eyes befriending the skin Widely opened to all within the globe Running aimlessly from nowhere to nowhere Encapsulated by a part of the whole
A Way From The Roads
Away from the roads To be eased of all these loads Load appealing sounds of the season But never two, I reason
Our most valuable resources None of us know of your sources To achieve our goal you are a friend But to our life you put an end
Without My Eyes
a single day without my eyes i knew how sharp the heart can see a single day without my eyes i knew how easy it is to be a saint
How I Wish
How I wish I could know What tomorrow holds for me And leave my anxiety to away flow As tears across the sea
The Music Of The Soul
Jigolo ajigube ajigubelu Sounds the staggering beat of the soul Neither as harp nor sting Beats loudly but silently
I Dare You!
I dare to dare you But now, I turn to touch you The closer I move, the farther you are
If The Bird Is Mine...
I sought the bird with desperation I really desire to have it But I can see a thousand other competitor Wanting the same bird with determination
Friends In Need, Not Friends Indeed
Back to the days of our fathers When the sky was near the ground That the three lovely friends dwell together As time fly on with feathers
To A Way Away!
A scornful laugh I gave the man Attention! is he on the right path But with what he has he part Parting the path that pays
The Man's Mandate
Make a mark and mark the man,
The He elected of every of his kind,
To him give an auction to function,
A sea of oversee to see over others,
And see if the mankind will be a kind man.
Now mark the man with the mark,
For this is the mandate of the man-
This stair on which you are is a snare!