My name is Kolawole Ogunfowokan, a native of Ogun state in Nigeria, Africa.
A graduate of Pure and Applied Chemistry (Btech) from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso, Nigeria. and Msc Environmental Chemistry from the University of Lagos, Akoka Lagos, Nigeria.
I love the arts, and humanity so much despite the fact that I have a science background. I love ... more »
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kolawole ogunfowokan Poems
A Lost Land
I know a land with so many brains But thinks and acts with its glands It is only motivated by the banks With the content of the banks they play so much pranks
Shall We Dance?
Gbagun gbagun gbagun (beats) Koko koko ko koko koko ko (gongs)
Treat Her Right
You left the best to meet the rest The best you left is now a gem. I washed and watched to see her grow, Now the world as seen her glow,
Loss Of A Loved One
Is like the loss of a part of us We feel so dry we won't be moved We cry so loud, we won’t be heard, But all of this won’t bring them back.
Sitting on the edge of life Thinking of the strife How pain cuts like a very sharp knife Not able to say who makes a good wife
A Song He Sang
In the beauty of your calmness And the comfort of my loneliness I sought for nothing but peace Peace that is above all
A Song She Sang
Here is a song she sang Sang to her beloved 'Ade ori mi' she said The crown to my golden head
In A Bus (Poetry Is A Lady)
She draws me near yet pushes me away I held forth and hold no sway Silently like a monk I pray Don't let this cup pass me by
I had this precious garden I was willing to tend I worked so long on it till I saw it blossom my way From no where the storm came and blew the trees away I tried to gather the remains and see it green again
Forget Me Not
Like a house on fire we built the tension Saw the wall crumbling We only never paid attention How deep words hurt
Best of friends they were Walls apart.... When did it all start? I wonder the wind that blew
If Only They Knew
His mind in a state of the jungle Roaring, perching, and hissing Things ground to a halt To the rivers the wind blew
Works Of Art
The lens in pair so blue Could be brown Its effect so sharp Could bore a hole in you
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A Lost Land
I know a land with so many brains
But thinks and acts with its glands
It is only motivated by the banks
With the content of the banks they play so much pranks
Neglecting the brains it becomes chained
The land has no color problem
But it sets up an internal problem
That eats so deep than the color problem
Its so internal yet so glaring
Neglecting the brain it loses its emblem
Once they were walking
Now they are crawling
Not that they are crippled
Only they have thinking issue
Neglecting the brains now they are just barking
We tried the ...