Lay Rite Poems
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- Iwo, The Home Of OdıDere Kilometres away from Ibadan, ...
- The Relief Sweat soaked shirt, suite and all He shouted his ...
- Home Home, Where the depleted energies Lost in the ever ...
- What The Hell Is Wrong? What the hell is wrong with this ...
- Jos, What The Hell Is Wrong W&...
- Song Of Revolution Let those who know how to pray, pray And ...
Lay Rite (real name Sodiq Alabi) , a member of International Poetry Society, USA, Young Writers Society, USA, Union of Campus Journalists, Ilorin and University Literary Club, a finalist of 2009 National Youths Debate, and the former Executive Editor and Editorial Chairman, Pathfinder magazine, studied Plant Biology at the University Of Ilorin, Ilorin, Nigeria (2007-2011) . more »
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Song Of Revolution
Let those who know how to pray, pray
And those who can’t, wish
For we are getting to a stage
Where history will be re written
And all hell let loose.
Though no one ever pray for this
But wishful thinking is never enough.
How could the oppressor of people
Think the people will forever believe
Their propaganda of peace with poverty.
Let it be sang in the nooks and crannies
Of the geographical entity called Nigeria
That the poor will no longer have none it
That never are we going to be deceived again
By their crap of unity and ...