Treasure Island

Ibrahim Lawal Soro

(25 January 1988 / Zandam, Gwaram, Jigawa State, Nigeria.)

A Poem For A Hospitable Friend



a strange was a prestigious bird on a noble nest
i passed twice a forest
thereupon the sun on run
our bus on street to a friend which holds a true SADAAQAH.

on an air we met
in between is net
it has become as strong as a water
in building our settlement in JANNAH.


Submitted: Thursday, January 10, 2013
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