Treasure Island

Oluwole Olawale Michael

(Ibadan, Oyo State)

Meaningless of Attitude


Life is full of mysteries
Full of atrocities
Yes! Full of pains
Many hears snoop to the fact
That many hearts are fallen
Fallen to the brim of their outcry

Paints your face towards the wall
To ward off your downtrodden attitudes
Waving as to wish warring valedictions
Life is full of ups and down
Full of benedicts of captivity

Tear clad to mope away your agony
Who can bear your servitudes
You and I?
Wait to glance on the truth
When it can help both
Stop shaving your own body
Your immediate salvage value
I am wishing you a new beginning.

Submitted: Friday, September 07, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, April 05, 2011

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