Joseph Oladehinde Ibikunle
Ode To A Poet - Poem by Joseph Oladehinde Ibikunle
All, after his expiration,
His eyes glaze once beneath the earth.
But those letters of adoration
Will be explored in a leaflet.
The pen that has spoken of honesty,
The lines of spellbounding homilies,
The stanzas conveying thoughts of reality;
Singing charity, fortitude and follies
Shall all then become indelible.
The forgotten author will be given prestige;
The decay'd bard will be ineffable
For he has left behind a sublime vestige.
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