Tunji Ibrahim

Rookie (Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria.)

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41. Empty Heart 11/13/2012
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Empty Heart

Innocuously dangerous, pelted with some sort of simulation, obliquely lost in the brachiocephalic trunk, the actual region of love syllable attuned to the arch of synthetic penetaliation. Acrobatic triangulation beamed the bang bus partitively, above the innominatus chest of pecuniary nodes. Many a bridge led to her tolerable cornervations. A thousand bones enmeshed her regal flesh in the pashmina of futuero. Unknown to many, drills and rides came to be inversely proportional to her juicy interminable chara of refractory malady.

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If And If And If

If the law is on the tongue of a liar... If power is the weakness of the strong... If reasoning is the thinking of a lunatic... If the wise depend on the wisdom of a fool... If the wound of life is the healing of death... If failure is the success of the courageous... If depression is the whispering of still waters... If trees dance nae to the cool

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