Akala Abiodun Tosin


Wonders Of A Lonely Night


Darkness erode the day; the moon makes it bright,
lying alone with no one but my thoughts,
giving a full gaze at the twinkle stars,
while the cricket gives tune to the light wind,
‘hollow”hollow”hollow’ has the little bird sings,
‘roar! ’, king lion arrived with is glowing golden crown,
he came in peace this time wanna take me for a ride,
gusto! , am on top of the world,
we are going on a visit to great places,
here am i in Aladdin’s cave,
where the most precious treasures of the world surrounds me,
its fabulous, av got a golden sack,
where should i start from?
still wondering, wen the cruel insect gave me a bit,
until then i released; all these were mere fantasy.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, February 11, 2014

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