I Pay Obeisance To The King Poem by Kolawole Ajao

Kolawole Ajao

Akure, Ondo State Nigeria

I Pay Obeisance To The King

 


I stand up on my two feet
I bow till my head touches my navel
I prostrate and my forehead becomes glued to earth
And the king is Omo Oba Alade Ijero's uncle
We hail thee, The Ataoja of Oshogbo.

(For the monarch of the city of Oshogbo, Oba Iyiola Oyewole Matanmi, for his goodwill.)

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Nimal Dunuhinga 25 July 2010

You are so humble and the tender heart touches everything!

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A sign of hommage, goodwill and respect! A humble poem. Lovely; D

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Kolawole Ajao

Akure, Ondo State Nigeria
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