Adedamola Quadri Adeniyi

Veteran Poet - 1,137 Points (22/6/1998 / Lagos Nigeria)

Amoke Mi - Poem by Adedamola Quadri Adeniyi


Amoke omo Iya Eleko,
When Maami re return at dusk,
From the rustic hustle of life
Tell her, tell her, I say tell her,

Tell her you have stolen it,
That golden Agbada your father,
Inherited from his father's lineage
And gave it to Prince Adeniyi your love.

Ayaba the King's pride,
I am the royal labalaba
Destined to lay on your virgin Ododo
It's the food for the king.
Amoke mi owon,

Don't forget to meet me under the great
Iroko oluwere's tree
Don't forget to come with the lighted Atupa,
There where we shall cuddle endlessly,
There where we shall kiss passionately,
There where we shall romance soul and mind.
When I am made the king,

And ascend the throne of my fore fathers
You shall be there by my right,
Bearing my royal name
Olori Oba Adedamola Adeniyi
Let the blood of royalty speaks in you.

Ololufe mi, eni bi okan mi,
Anywhere Igbin goes,
It's always with it's Ikaraun
Mo se ileri pe N oni ja o kule
Iwo ni o je Iya fun awon omo mi
N o si nife re titi lai lai.

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