Folayemi Akande

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Folayemi Akande Poems

41. Ribboned Night 3/20/2014
42. Loves Old Folk 3/25/2014
43. Virgin Of Venice 3/28/2014
44. Sonnet 14: Dawn On Earth 3/28/2014
45. Love Is Evermore 3/31/2014
46. Summer Note To A Stranger Poet 3/31/2014
47. Visitor Evermore 4/2/2014
48. Minstrel Divine 4/2/2014
49. When She Visited 4/6/2014
50. Duchess Of Norfolk 4/6/2014
51. Quatrains 4/6/2014
52. Do Broken Hearts Ever Mend? 4/6/2014
53. War Against Lust Of Men 4/6/2014
54. Anne's Engagement: Two 4/6/2014
55. Fair Cousine 4/6/2014
56. Anne's Engagement: One 4/6/2014
57. Mistress From Hell 4/8/2014
58. Anne's Fairy Wishes 4/8/2014
59. To Once A Mafia Friend 4/8/2014
60. Love Me For Nought 4/8/2014
61. Earth Angel 4/9/2014
62. Writers Pride 4/9/2014
63. A Vacation Tale 4/9/2014
64. Lascivious Woman 4/10/2014
65. Season 4/15/2014
66. Wall Street 4/16/2014
67. The King And I 4/16/2014
68. Evergreen 4/16/2014
69. Commerce 4/16/2014
70. Deciduous 4/16/2014
71. Rebirth 4/16/2014
72. Once A Frosty Night 4/16/2014
73. Dance The Night 4/16/2014
74. Gobling 4/16/2014
75. Sir Thomas' Therapist 4/17/2014
76. On A Tango Night 4/17/2014
77. Nature 4/22/2014
78. Momentus 4/22/2014
79. Humility 4/22/2014
80. Anne's Blush 4/22/2014

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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 Talking Gun

We shall not drop our guards to petty threats, Not under this moon sundial that slumbers our fate. When the moonlight ripples settles at our embankments. Our thirst for liberty is at war, Lingering on the cry for freedom, Together shall we break From these furnace of tyranny. Behold, the indignant fragment Of our broken tears, Would amou

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