Samuel Eyitayo


Samuel Eyitayo Poems

1. We We Is Our Tongue 8/7/2013
2. The Ladder And The Lady 8/7/2013
3. The Way 8/7/2013
4. Capture It Now 8/7/2013
5. The One In The Two 8/20/2013
6. Down-Load 8/20/2013
7. Looking For The Ray 8/20/2013
8. Water That Stings 9/3/2013
9. Tarry To The Top 5/2/2013
10. Good Morning, Not Mourning 2/14/2014
11. The Fool, Clad With Curses 3/31/2014
12. Fore-Give 3/31/2014
13. I Will Never Forget 3/31/2014
14. Corrupt Me If You Can... I No Dey! 5/10/2014
15. Light Has Come! 5/18/2014
16. Tempt Me If You Could 5/18/2014
17. The First Attempt 5/18/2014
18. Soul In Crisis 5/18/2014
19. The Maiden Appointment 5/18/2014
20. Mo Ti Gbo, Mo Ti Gba (I Have Heard) 5/2/2013
21. A Fool With Plenty Nonsense 2/14/2014
22. Longing For My Eve 3/6/2014
23. Like A Flash 5/18/2014
24. The Calamity Of The Wise 5/19/2014
25. The World Of Mr. Su-Egbe 5/19/2014
26. Lasting Death 8/19/2014
27. Log Me In 8/19/2014
28. Radiance In Black 8/19/2014
29. Be Like A Man 8/19/2014
30. Is This The Turnstile To Life 8/19/2014
31. Desperate To Go Nowhere 5/19/2014
32. Think Of Safety First 6/6/2014
33. The Marking Of The Night 10/17/2014
34. Just Wake Up 3/25/2015
35. The 2015 Election Rumble 3/25/2015
36. The Silent Move 10/17/2014
37. The Humming 'Jeep' 3/31/2014
38. The Spring 5/2/2013
39. The Crux Place 10/17/2014
40. The Youth With Guts 3/25/2015
Best Poem of Samuel Eyitayo

Death O Death

Death O Death
You took my friend away
Suddenly
Without no notice
You are liar
Death O Death

Death O Death
You took away His dreams
Speedily
Without any other
You are liar
Death O Death

You are liar
You know quite well
That he was about to blossom
Untimely
You struck
You are liar
Death O Death

Death O Death
You have done your worst
What else could you do
He is dead, yes!
But he will rise again
You are liar
Death O Death

Samuel A. Eyitayo
Monday, November 2001

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The Spring

An object
Living on every street
In motion all the time
Power it has
Speed it brings
Lone it sucks
Attached is it
Ready
On a journey

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