Olutayo K. Osunsan

Rookie - 13 Points (Lagos, Nigeria)

Olutayo K. Osunsan Poems

1. The Day You Were Born 10/16/2012
2. My Daughter 10/16/2012
3. In Africa 10/16/2012
4. I Beg You 10/16/2012
5. Going Home 10/16/2012
6. We Will Live (Again) 10/16/2012
7. My Life In A Tea Cup 10/16/2012
8. Geisha 10/18/2012
9. Kisaasi 10/18/2012
10. I Saw Twilight 10/18/2012
11. Seduced 10/18/2012
12. The Publicist 10/18/2012
13. Streetlights 10/18/2012
14. Craving 10/18/2012
15. Deja Vu 10/18/2012
16. Why 3/24/2018
17. Pieces Of Midnight 3/24/2018
18. Celebration 5/3/2004
19. Encounter 5/3/2004
20. Black Moth 10/16/2012
21. Son 10/16/2012
22. Sparrows And Swallows 10/16/2012
23. African Lions 5/3/2004

Comments about Olutayo K. Osunsan

  • Tony R. Rodriguez (11/13/2004 12:48:00 PM)

    Olutayo K. Osunsan manages his prosody with ardent being and ineffable spiritual bliss. He is truly the keeper of a magnificent world filled with beauty and majestic love. I feel hallowed after reading his poetically tangible beats.

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Best Poem of Olutayo K. Osunsan

African Lions

At the sun's roar, African lions rise.
Brave in their crude strides in a pride,
They survey the land for what to eat.

From the shoulder on an ancient rock
Their manes dazzle in the morning's air,
Their tails drag behind like princely robes.

Kings lust the fear their presence command
When their barrel eyes focus on a dwindling prey,
The way the African lion's claws rip the ground below
Pulling everything in the distance closer and closer.

Warriors desire to be remembered by the lion's heart,
Pounding on calm rage with such precise control

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My spirit is weary with love
By those heaven inspired eyes
That caressed my rustic face
Thawing it as my heart elopes
With your autumn winged name.

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