Tomiwa Latunde

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Tomiwa Latunde Poems

1. My First Days In America 5/27/2012

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My First Days In America

It was a hot night after taken tush Amala
And chilling under the flabby Mango tree
At the time air breathes it best
And the cloud smiles most
Lying on my grandma cushion
Looking worn and eased
But after a long counted seconds
I tend to be in winter
Seated at the lobby of White house
Facing the US Gen.sec with fifty smiles
After an unnoticed jiffy
I saw that young white statue
Having on her head a rounded pointed nail
Holding that which speaks peace
Before I could number my adventure
I was live among the Niggas; rusting under the lousy subway
I ...

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