ademola oluwabusayo

Rookie - 770 Points (08 03 1996 / Ondo state in okitipupa)

hidden agenda

the world we soon know

no peace for the wicked

in the world of aladdin cave

when are set the world alight

i we be alive an kicking

for those that run amok

i we beg the ancient of days

to give me the angels in the house

i we stand on the side of the angels

i we not become an angry young man

you could seal my approval ancient

i we not argue the toss

under the auspices of God

i we not have axe to grind to her

you could take a back seat in my home i known

have bring home the bacon

whole ball of wax belong to you

we could visit the banana republic

you could become secound bananna in my life

when the band begins to play

i could plead with the ancients of days

for you not to belive then

forbid the banns and forget

they want the bang goes of us

dnt let us face the baptism of fire

our life we be barel of laugh

hapiness success mercy we be ours

we could get to our first base

our journey like a bat out of hell

we could be happy in our journey

under the baton of God

Submitted: Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Topic of this poem: friendship

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