Mimiko moruf oluwakayode
Biography of Mimiko moruf oluwakayode
Master Kayode was born into a muslim family in Ondo State.
Mimiko moruf oluwakayode Poems
Giant Of Africa
Blessed thy be among the contries so great and powerful rich in culture
Black skin white mask does that make you white? heh heh heh you have become a citadel of shame
Because small things make a diffrence that is why i make my poem too small
Give And Take.
life to me is like rent you give you take let live life
I Lost A Gem.(Part 1)
I lost a gem too young to be deceived i was that after the last days he shall rise Hm! truly i lost a gem
I think of my contry in red sadness mingle with rage frustration tangle with agony when seen the damages caused
The land that flows with milk and honey where are thy glories? where are thy strenght?
A Hole In My Heart
Go to her and apologise the word keep ringing but arrogance was againt it after my second aniversary
They arrived at the boarder the two lovers grunted looking at each other like a newly wedded couple
As they always say We will make the ephah small and the shekel great Gliding over and over their manifesto
Black skin white mask
does that make you white?
heh heh heh
you have become a citadel of shame
and a source of ridicule to the us
heh heh heh black english men
with burnt skin
the uglier the better.