My name is olatunji olagunju am a native of oyo state; Ibadan..am just a single boy who loves wtiting poem.reading noveals.eating.and meeting new fwnds.....am a kind of boy who will walk under the rain wt my fwnds.instead of going wt an unbrella.....Life is good when u have good fwnds dat love nd care abt u...... more »
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Jackson Olagunju Poems
Escape into Pain (Sonnet)
With taught of sadness. We are still in darkness. Can't see the dawn at hand. Traped with pain.
Singing Bird(Limerick poem)
There once a bird. Whose actions was notified for singing. It stood at it's beak. Till it's beak and voice turn sour.
Sunshine After Rain
Life comes always at dawn Life that will be full of joy Life fulfilled by you Life bright and shining
Rose of Beauty
Beneath is Joy(idyll)
Joy beneath our heart. Two wrongs make it right. Floating with the spirit of perfection. With smiles and joy at our feet.
Love unlimited Love undisputed Love is a man and a woman Love is endless
One for all, all for one. It is what you think it is. Love on top, on top of the earth. Floating with the feelings of hope of love.
Darkness with no light Work with no rest Labour with no pay Again, Again and all over Again
Tales Of Love
If i should die before i wake Then you will be the full reason First sight of you was fabolous I can't let such oppourtnity go
Sombre Love Lorn
Every one wants true love Every one will get a true love But not every one will see their true love But every one derserves a true love
Life is too short to be measured Life is too small to be scaled It takes the brave and experinced to survive Through the part of life
Art Of Love
Every night in my dreams I see and feel you You are indeed the one i want My heart will go on for you
Realm of a soldier(sonnet)
Comments about Jackson Olagunju
(4 April 1928 - 28 May 2014)
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Escape into Pain (Sonnet)
With taught of sadness.
We are still in darkness.
Can't see the dawn at hand.
Traped with pain.
Forgotten with pain and sadness.
Seening the realm of endless catastrophe.
Battle, but still in pain.
Seen the pain but always rising.
Death run faster than we can.
Hoping for pleasure in pain.
Cast to the dark with no repair.
Much terror, but our feeble heart contain.
But our old subtle foe.
From fry pan to fire at dawn and night.