Timothy Ogunsakin

Rookie - 71 Points (6th March 1987 / Odooro Ekiti)

Home - Poem by Timothy Ogunsakin

You caress on me like a mother lulling her child
Your world is sweet and mild
I'm here but
You run in my thought

When I cried, you didn't give a damn
But you pampered me to be man
I was away but longing for your caring
No greener grass has land given
Than the lush on the threshold of Aletu
Odo oro, you're an Aletu
The mother of a mighty ocean
That can never dry but ever function

Odo oro! When I think home
I think you.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 28, 2010

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