Dankaro Osazee

Veteran Poet - 1,678 Points [Ozed Dankaro] (14th November / Benin City)

Dankaro Osazee Poems

1. The Afterthought 12/18/2014
2. When We Meet Again, To Part No More 5/17/2017
3. Congregation Of Fools 5/23/2017
4. Illicit Love 5/23/2017
5. Dilemma Of My Soul 9/28/2017
6. Dead Man Walking 2/27/2015
7. Unease 1/7/2015
8. Lonesome Sleep 4/9/2015
9. To Juliet, My Love 8/22/2016
10. My Pastor's Wife 9/26/2016
11. Free 8/8/2017
12. Of Despots And Slaves 8/23/2017
13. Let My Head Be 8/23/2017
14. For Francis Jude Omoto (1982-2006) 12/18/2014
15. Poetry 4/10/2015
16. Closure 5/12/2015
17. Homeless 5/23/2017
18. I Watched Him Die 8/14/2017
19. The Bottle In My Head 8/8/2017

Comments about Dankaro Osazee

  • Adebayo Adenrele Adebayo Adenrele (5/20/2015 5:54:00 AM)

    Hi Ozazee, it wasn't my fault about the overtightment of my poem.Can you teach me how to separate it?

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Best Poem of Dankaro Osazee

The Bottle In My Head

There is a bottle in my head,
Whose lid I keep tightly shut.
But even with all my might
The gas within, long over full and bubbling
Still try to get out
Though I do not wish it to.
Because, for every whiff that escapes
Out comes biting cynicism and a disgruntled personae
For every puff, a physical out lash is the result
Of anger and rage and madness.
Perhaps I have kept the bottle for too long
And its contents, my despair, has festered
Frustrations, disappointments, anger, malice
All mixed into a bitter foul smelling gruel.
Maybe it is time to let in ...

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Dead Man Walking

On the discovery of my death
Do not make any noise
Do not cry, do not weep
I did not die that day.

When you see I no longer breathe
Do not be saddened
Do not think, do not meditate.
I did not die, I did not live.

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