Hannatu Adamu

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An impassive face often lit up with a smile
A mind so old, like it's been around for a while
Uncountable works remain unfinished in a pile
Struck by wanderlust; itinerary as long as the Nile
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And it was one of the silliest stories ever told
From beginning to end, it made no sense
It could be that trouble is already a-brewing
With or without pride and fortune
Now the end has come
But why must you depart,
When there is still space in this world
For another Kindheart?
Scout about
The length and breadth of this world
Till you find your spot, without doubt
Certainly Uncertain
Is it wise?
The mother-bird leaves her chicks
And flies away every morning
My Shoulder
'Tis the beginning; 'tis the end
I am a child; a pauper
But the whole world is on my shoulder
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08 October 2020
'The littlest forbidden pleasure must later cause you pain.'
08 October 2020
'Life is carefree, with hope nestled in every uncertainty, and although reality is never a constant consciousness, yet creativity comes readily and naturally too, and so, success is almost guaranteed for dreamers who aren't at all lazy'
13 October 2020
In silence, as in speech, you reveal yourself.
13 October 2020
'If the path be beautiful, best be skeptical where it leads.'


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