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Theophilus Joseph Emmanuel

Rookie (09/05/1985 / LOKO)

OVIA OSESE- The pride of a woman


Ovia -Osese, the pride of a woman
An event that shows mates
To girls in the land of their birth
A day to be celebrated and remembered
A cross from innocence into womanhood,
A symbol of chastity, virility and fertility
With Iyodina, the Ivia mother and guide
Unto a life long matrimonial happiness
As beauteous and chaste women
The complete workmanship of God
The true glory of the angels and,
The rare miracle of the earth,
And event that show mates
Ovia -Osese! The pride of a woman.

Submitted: Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 18, 2013

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