Babalola Augustine Adeola

Rookie - 400 Points [Rev. TNT] (August 26th,1990 / Lagos)

Babalola Augustine Adeola Poems

1. From My View 10/5/2012
2. Evening News 10/6/2012
3. My Last Testament (Letter To Mamzi) 10/13/2012
4. The Sermon 10/13/2012
5. Nigeria: Our Story At 52 10/17/2012
6. The Next Victim 10/21/2012
7. The Unending War 1/20/2013
8. Let Talk About It. 1/27/2013
9. Life 7/11/2013
10. Togetherness 7/11/2013
11. Let Me Fly 7/20/2013
12. My Reality 7/25/2013
13. Am I A Prisoner? 7/25/2013
14. A Stranger In A Strange Land 7/30/2013
15. Thank You 8/14/2013
16. Confession 11/26/2013
17. Oh Life! 4/13/2014
18. Easter! 4/21/2014
19. Preacher Boy 10/3/2014
20. Soft Thorn 9/25/2015
21. Hope 9/25/2015
22. Clueless Piper 12/22/2015
23. The Familiar Unfamiliar Road 1/2/2016
24. Battle-Less War 1/7/2016
25. The Story Of My Land 1/18/2016
26. Lord Can You Hear Me? 4/21/2016
27. The World Un-Word 4/30/2016
28. Ordinary Man 5/21/2016
29. Man-Devil 7/15/2016
30. Letter To My Brothers 7/16/2016
31. Out Tale 2/23/2017
32. Is This The End 3/15/2018
33. Don't Give Me 3/15/2018
34. The Day The Thief Died 9/30/2018
35. How We Died 1/19/2019
36. Who Cursed Us 8/2/2019
37. A Good Day To Die 9/14/2013
38. My Prayer 10/8/2013
39. I Want To Dance 10/8/2013
40. Change 7/4/2012

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Why I Hate You

Oh God, save my soul.
Madness is gradually making himself my pal
no maybe I am the one inviting him.

How did it happen?
words betraying my emotions.
All I know,
she got me.
The queen of the Niger

What attracted me to her?
I can’t say.
Maybe her beauty,
as compared with NAETT,
or her coca-cola figure ‘8’ shape
or her beauty compared,
like that of a fresh palm-fruit.
bathe in the moon
polished in the sun
greased in with the early morning dew
and always caressed by the tears of the sky
at intervals.

Sat at the heart ...

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A Letter To You

As late as my yesterday, i shall celebrate. The father of my today, and grandfather of my future. The dream of my inventions, and John the baptist of our ideas. Carefull, what you do now will marry, your next and give birth to your quote. Watch, for your biography they shall unite. Guide your horse of criticism, as they will give birth to

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