ademola oluwabusayo

Rookie - 266 Points (08 03 1996 / Ondo state in okitipupa)

Nigeria Freedom

with alot of joy in the old school

we are free from the boundage of suffering

we became the king of our land

fredom we change our old days

freedom could be oppourtunity knock for us

for our freedom we have no pain no gain

at first is like a watching paint dry

we move on is our old shoes

we started wearing short paint in our growth

we become largest in nation of africa

we move slowly like a tortise on the road

we controll our animal by ourseif

animal controll animal when we get fredom

theres is always a nudge and a wink in our

we became free in our homeland from the

we are free we controll our thing by our seif

nigeria freedom

Submitted: Friday, August 01, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Topic(s): freedom

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