Idris Abayomi Alade

Bronze Star - 2,026 Points (November 25,1989 / Lagos, Nigeria.)

Idris Abayomi Alade Quotes

  • ''The best place to write one's name is in the heart of men. It gets embellished every passing day.''
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  • ''Setting a standard is easy, keeping to it is hard''
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  • ''A poet is a crier whose cries pierce the ears of his people.''
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  • ''The memory is the house of past events.''
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  • ''Ego and hunger are the reasons the world is not settled''
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  • ''Those that want war have probably not experience the true meaning of peace.''
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  • ''Success story has many episodes''
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  • ''Love is the only pit that people continually fall into.''
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  • ''To every prize is a name.''
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  • ''Good things come with prices. Even your future does.''
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Best Poem of Idris Abayomi Alade

Crossroad

The road I passed all thorn

My determined clothe is torn

And fatigue turning on.

I must move on

Just as the time ticks on

With purpose as loud as horn.

Thorny road divides itself at its end

Before my weary eyes

All the roads are good

Tempting my weak borns and sinew.

I stood while the time passes by

For first time, I care not

Better unmove than move amiss

I listen to the voice within

My purpose ever as loud as the horn

Still the roads before me appear all good

But I know one of all ...

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On The Leggy Col

On the leggy col
Where feet halt not
Runners run rare race
For proverbial trophy

On the leggy col
Born i
Runners persist
I toddle

On leggy col
I run to outshine
For proverbial trophy
To ease another man's race