Alex Adeoye

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Alex Adeoye Poems

1. Letter In The Rain 8/17/2013
2. How We Were All Killed 8/13/2013
3. One Night To Wait 12/22/2013
4. Crime Of Passion 1/12/2014
5. Don't Expect Me Crying 1/12/2014
6. Let See Who Will Cry 1/12/2014
7. Petals Of Life 1/12/2014
8. Prayer Mountain 1/12/2014
9. Passion For The Negress 1/12/2014
10. How I Like To Die 1/25/2014
11. The Way Of The Champion 7/12/2014
12. Resolution 7/12/2014
13. Ignorance 7/28/2014
14. Because Of My Dream 7/29/2014
15. Progress Of The Gospel 7/30/2014
16. Listen To The Sound 7/30/2014
17. How To Die 8/1/2015
18. How To Live With Honour 8/1/2015
19. Conflict 5/8/2012
20. Look Like Them Act Your Scripts 7/4/2012
21. You This Lady 7/4/2012
22. Futile Prayer 7/14/2013
23. Draw Your Swords 9/24/2015
24. Gambling 3/21/2017
25. Because I Am Blunt 10/18/2017
26. Full Moon 12/10/2017
27. Encounter 12/10/2017
28. Fear 12/10/2017
29. Let Me Say This 5/8/2012
30. Swamp 8/13/2013
31. Secrets Of Life 10/19/2017
32. How Time Flies 5/8/2012
33. Before The Judge 5/6/2012
34. The Maggot 4/17/2018
35. Storms 9/7/2015
36. O'Traveler Tell Me Tell Me 1/12/2014

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O'Traveler Tell Me Tell Me

O’ traveler tell me tell me
Tell me about your journey so far, from morning till now?
‘Like picking among orange, walnut and bitter cola,
A herculean task of must, hence the journey may not commence
I pick the hardest of all, bitter cola, and the journey started’.

O’ traveler tell me tell me
Tell me your journey so far from noon?
Like walk in hot rain, pealing of bitter cola
Some are empty, some are bad,
And some keep the beans.
I threw away the shells and ate the beans,
And the journey proceeded’.

O’ traveler tell me, tell me
Tell me about ...

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The Maggot

Happenings are the events
Whose dealings roll away into history
As history are biographies of men
Whose activities snowball to stories.

Historians are not 'professor Peller'
Whose business was to entertain
If they move, time take it, not for play
No be moi moi, no be plantain.

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