ademola oluwabusayo

(08 03 1996 / Ondo state in okitipupa)

why are greeted a lady


why are greeted a lady
wake up and smell the coffee, lady,

Lady have turn to watches of the night

Lady, let me make this widow of oppourtunity

Let me make you wine, women and song, lady,
lady have waited a long time to greet you..
have made up a wine and prayer for you.
lady stand, let me use the word of mouth, , , , ,
have waited a long time to greet you

Let start a variety in the spice of life lady

Lady am now a paddle of my own canoe

Give me painting the forth bridge to complete

For am not more a ugly duckling, lady,

Dont go, , dont make twist of wind,

For are standed a long time to greet you,

Let started a new university of life lady., ,

Why are greeted a lady!

Submitted: Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Topic(s): art


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