Biography of Olufunke Ayeni
I presently work as a call centre representative in an insurance company. The only thing I do to keep my sanity is to read or write.
Olufunke Ayeni Poems
I must tell you I am from the village, you know that one?
This poem is inspired by J.P Clark's poem THE CASUALTIES.Though we do not speak of the same casualties.
A Song For You
I have a love for you that cannot show face in the light It has to wait till the skies are dark and the curtains drawn
The Sadness Of This Love
We are in some kind of sick love story the kind that lacks a happy ending the two of us...victims of a bad writer he just keeps spinning tales that end nowhere
The hills remind me am home Home where the cold's warm and beaconing home where the lush mountain's always green home where the heavy rocks hide our pretty past
This poem is inspired by J.P Clark's poem
THE CASUALTIES.Though we do not speak
of the same casualties.
The casualties are not the many headless
bodies at Nyanya
They are well out of it
Though going to your grave in bits and
pieces is a casualty on its own