ifedayo oshin

Rookie (Ondo, Nigeria)

ifedayo oshin Poems

1. The Beauty Of The Dark 3/29/2005
2. Voyage And Carriage 3/29/2005
3. Beauty From Behind 3/29/2005
4. Unedited 3/29/2005
5. Up-Rising 3/29/2005
6. Bookstrings 2 3/29/2005
7. Oval Sling 3/29/2005
8. The Child Of Creation 3/29/2005
9. This Day 7/23/2005
10. Modern Narcisscus 3/29/2005
11. Chants For Amina Of Zazzau 3/29/2005
12. Complimenting 4/15/2006
13. Dovecoast In Kwara 4/15/2006
14. My Pink Lady With Yellow Candle-La-Bra 4/15/2006
15. Like Enemy; Like Friend 4/15/2006
16. Trying For A Baby Boy: 4/24/2006
17. Living A Goal 4/24/2006
18. Our Leaders Have Gone Mad Again 4/27/2006
19. Better Than Worse 4/28/2006
20. Our Leaders Have Gone Mad Again 2 4/28/2006
21. It's Time Of The Day... 4/28/2006
22. To Be The Best 4/28/2006
23. The Wedding Of The Millenium 5/2/2006
24. In The Shrine Of Inspiration 5/8/2006
25. Ode To The African Lady (To Opeyemi Helen Araromi) 5/8/2006
26. Contrafusion 5/8/2006
27. The Drama Called Life 5/8/2006
28. Heading For The Hall Of Shame 5/10/2006
29. Peak Perchers 5/11/2006
30. Now Only 5/15/2006
31. Except You! 5/15/2006
32. One Thing I Ask Of Thee 5/15/2006
33. When Positive Is Negative 5/15/2006
34. Crime Of Being Hiv Positive 5/15/2006
35. Place Of All Of Possibles And Plausibles 5/23/2006
36. Raining Questions? ? ? ? 5/25/2006
37. Escaping Gamut Of Gobalisation 5/5/2006
38. Fun Of Rush 5/15/2006
39. Omnipoprescient 5/15/2006
40. Bed-Sharers 5/25/2006

Comments about ifedayo oshin

  • free birds (4/18/2006 4:16:00 AM)

    This is very thought full.: Will change change' may be yes.

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Best Poem of ifedayo oshin

A Cue From Ancients Of Days

Look up to the sky
take a look at the boldness of the sun
behold the brightness of the stars
they hold no grudges
they come, they shine
for you, for me:
caucasian, black or orientals

Look up at the sky
See the beauty of the moon
it illuminates prison as well palace
they no know boundary nor landmark

hear the rhytm of the rains
it beats the ghetto and the golden city
see its water flows
linking the mosques and the churches
they hold no sentiments nor bias

then look at yourself
and I myself
and together ourselves
and take a ...

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Modern Narcisscus

I love me unlike Narcissus in Greece
By the reflection drowned in self worship
True, self-love precedes love of others
For self is mirror of love of neighbours
So says the golden law
One who has not from within
Love genuinely felt
Can and will not reach out to another of love
So I love me and so dearly

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