Treasure Island




Araism movement five,
Is a train, a bus, and airplane,
colored with all forms of arts being,
A movement of lovely passengers,
To a lovely destination of each,
Araism move with visions,
From 16th may to 30th may 2009 and continued..

'Araism movement five,
A destiny of some called prophets
From their African lineage,
At a kingdom called mydrim gallery,
In a paradise city of Ikoyi Lagos Nigeria'.

Many they says are called,
But few are chosen,
Araism movement five,
A great influence atmosphere,
Ambassador Olusola Olusegun,
Known to be light of day,
Branded Joke Silver,
Light of time,
Veterian Oshinowo,
And light of years,
At araism kingdom and in araism kingdom!

A mother she might,
A teacher, a church warden,
Or love either respectively,
Passengers called an art functions,
Passengers called an epitome of art,
A curator in their dark eyes,
Araisms called divine Sinmidele Ogunsanya,
Araism called simply Sinmidele Ogunsanya
A touch of movement Onifade, Ojugbana,
Elugwaraonu, Aimufia, Ajayi, Madu, Sogelola,
Okpolo, Omoma, Adamu, Popoola, Awojobi,
Adefila, Bolarinwa, Jonathan Ikpoza, Esther Emmanuel, and the rest...
'Araism movement five indeed,
Indeed is called to all witnesses!

Submitted: Friday, May 22, 2009
Edited: Saturday, July 11, 2009
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