DUROJAIYE ADEBOYE

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Bloke and Anabiic


Once upon a time
Though it wasn’t your time
In the period of myth and mysteries
In a garden called Eden
Surrounds by four rivers
Where all is given
Except for the mysteries of the tree
That brought forth the knowledge of good and evil
Lived a mighty bloke and is subject anatomic
Who had all kinds of buddies
But out of is buddy came is doom
And the doom of all
Making him to realise that what makes up a mans enemy
Are the kinds of friends that surround him?
He was stun, caused and sent out of is stately home
To live like as slave on earth
Making anabolic is controller
And every thing he became thereafter
Was as a result of anabolic decisions.

Submitted: Saturday, November 23, 2013
Edited: Saturday, November 23, 2013
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It a nice short poem abt what happen to man in d very beginning, for as many dat dnt kwn wat happen to man dis poem tells u all u need to knw.

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