Feyisayo Anjorin

Rookie (April 29,1983 / Akure, Nigeria)

Feyisayo Anjorin Poems

1. My Wish 12/19/2008
2. The Mystery Called Love 1/3/2009
3. My God And My Girl 3/24/2009
4. My God And My Girl(Ii) 4/4/2009
5. Stand Tall Or Fall Short 4/20/2009
6. I Will Remember 4/20/2009
7. We Walk These Ways 4/23/2009
8. On This Path 5/2/2009
9. What Never Works, But Always Tried 6/6/2009
10. That Word On Your Mind 8/6/2009
11. Divided Nations 9/30/2009
12. My Golden Secret 9/30/2009
13. Johannesburg 9/30/2009
14. Johannesburg(Ii) 4/7/2010
15. Johannesburg(Egoli State Of Mind) 4/9/2010
16. Recession 6/8/2010
17. Africa 9/21/2010
18. One Cup 9/21/2010
19. The Power Of One 9/21/2010
20. Evil Eyes 9/21/2010
21. Shackles 4/18/2012
22. Battles, Scars And Victory 4/18/2012
23. Home And Memories 4/18/2012
24. War Of Love 4/24/2012
25. Love And Her Rainbow Nation 5/2/2012
26. A King's Crossroad 5/8/2012
27. The Weight Of Waiting 6/4/2009
28. Akure 5/9/2012
29. Footprints In The Sand. 5/22/2012
30. Sweet Shady 6/5/2012
31. The Fruit And The Seed 6/4/2009
32. Chronicles Of A Mortal 6/5/2012
33. Suffering And Smiling 3/25/2012
34. Johannesburg(Our Jerusalem) 5/9/2012
35. Do You Have A Voice? 5/9/2009
36. Precious Treasures 6/1/2010
Best Poem of Feyisayo Anjorin

Precious Treasures

Past sunsets as chains and anchors
Past sunsets as beauties of love’s connection
Hope as gold from a furnace
Hope as dragons of the east

Know the valued fuel of energy
The reasons for the strength of nature
Know the treasure worthy of all treasures
The reason for the strength of nature

Let your frozen moments hold you with soothing hands
Buried in the soil of the coming sunsets
Let the enlightened one be your guide
Showing the hidden treasures of secret places

Know the right reflections of love
The key to living treasures
Know the way above...

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Stand Tall Or Fall Short

Gathered the strength for years,
The strength to stand tall.
Ruled my fears for years,
Saved my eyes from tears.

Then the strength of long years,
Like the sum of my life’s fears,
Came with the power of countless horses,
With the suddenness of invading forces,

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