Folayemi Akande

Freshman - 726 Points (02-12)

Folayemi Akande Poems

1. A Night Alone 9/27/2011
2. A Wish At Seventeen 9/28/2011
3. The Talking Gun 9/28/2011
4. Haute Couture Lady 9/29/2011
5. The Care Never Untold 9/30/2011
6. My Country @51 10/1/2011
7. Life In All Disputes Affirmed 10/3/2011
8. The Singing Stars 10/8/2011
9. Nature At Call 10/11/2011
10. Sailing Hopes 10/11/2011
11. A Man Of Virtue 10/11/2011
12. Golden Wings 10/11/2011
13. Adorning Eyes 10/17/2011
14. Confession To A Vista Lips 10/18/2011
15. An Image So Sublime 10/18/2011
16. Lustful Conception 11/7/2011
17. Fountain Of Truth 11/9/2011
18. A Lonely Box 11/12/2011
19. The Teary Ocean 11/12/2011
20. O Sickly Love 1/1/2012
21. An Eulogue Never Told 1/13/2012
22. A Tantrum By Nature 1/13/2012
23. Let Me Into Your Wonderland 2/1/2012
24. Anecdote Of The Gypsies 2/7/2012
25. Demons Of Peace 2/8/2012
26. Songs Of The Night 2/11/2012
27. Tale Of A Lass 2/11/2012
28. Sonnet I: Coquette 2/20/2012
29. Mr. Bushman 3/12/2012
30. When Comes The Season 4/8/2012
31. The World So Caved 4/8/2012
32. Abeke 4/29/2012
33. Goodbye Spring Friend 8/6/2012
34. Sonnet Ii: Soigné 10/5/2012
35. Sonnet Iv: Rose 12/4/2012
36. Sonnet Vi: Thine Fair Love, Thine Pride 1/28/2013
37. Sonnet Vii: Last Letter 3/5/2013
38. Sonnet Viii: Maiden's Promise 5/30/2013
39. If Cursed Be Beauty 3/6/2014
40. Arise Thy Love: I 3/19/2014
Best Poem of Folayemi Akande

The Night Is A Blanket

The night,
A blanket upon the evening so mild,
A time to know which star is mine,
Amid the consternation so infinite,
That each one,
Upon my eyes gazeth.
A delusional moment,
That last a mind at large.
The moon will merge the light,
And make the sparkle a wonder,
Then we mourn the horrors of the day,
Then again our minds open like a foyer,
To foster the delight at the evening arrival,
A cross section of light,
With diluted colors,
Across the face of the dusky sky,
That's her star,
Right above my head, i guess.
The lullabies, ...

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The Care Never Untold

For my love,
is to thy rubies lost,
in advance of my infant raise,
Breasted my ardent mouth,

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