Adidu Adebowale Emmanuel


Ode To Death - Poem by Adidu Adebowale Emmanuel

if not for death man would have live forever to die in their struggle, death is our benevolent he rescue us from the power of pain and agony, and lay a self containe so we could lay our bile to enable the poor intestine a life rest kudos to death if you see him say to him i wish him well ho dear death our lover i know one day i shall sleep to rise no more but do bear with me for my blood is still young, and am yet to set the things i need to set down more years ahead do stay away from me so i can imagine how it will be when i shall be carry on shoulders high wheal to where no man would sleep, place where fear shall vanish from my hearth and pain will cease to knock at my door and tarmite shall bear me witness that i'm the most quite man on earth when my tears shall dry up because death has host me but never come to host me now rather come at old time, when my death shall be a joyful sorrow to my then lover's.


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Poem Edited: Tuesday, October 23, 2012


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