yewande adedokun

Rookie - 54 Points (19th may 1990 / owo, ondo state)

yewande adedokun Poems

1. The Soul Painter 11/24/2012
2. The Young Flowers 7/23/2013
3. A Page Of My Face 6/5/2012
4. It's A Play 6/22/2012
5. Eclipse Of The Soul 10/20/2012
6. Right To Us Wrong To Them 2/3/2013
7. Mon Famile 6/21/2012
8. The Hot Night Wind 6/25/2012
9. My Name And Death 6/28/2012
10. Milk And Polish 7/30/2012
11. My Thoughts 10/18/2012
12. My Apology 10/19/2012
13. Gain 10/19/2012
14. When The Shadow Of Man Departs 5/27/2012
15. Finding Peace In A Beast 5/28/2012
16. Evil Drum Beats 5/29/2012
17. Music Makes More Love 5/30/2012
18. 'Happy' Is The Word 6/1/2012
19. The Ornament Of Sacrifice 5/20/2013
20. The Next Door 7/16/2013
21. The Noisy Heart 7/18/2013
22. In The Walls Of Your Heart 11/7/2012
23. Shadow Of The River 11/15/2012
24. Borrowed Tears 12/23/2012
25. A Friend's Letter To Me 7/24/2013
26. All Broken 8/14/2013
27. I Have Not Failed 9/9/2013
28. Oloye Jako (Chief Jako) 11/4/2013
29. Azar-Yahu 11/20/2013
30. Nuclear Winter 11/27/2013
31. I Take A Bow 2/6/2014
32. The Shadow Chaser 8/6/2014
33. Black Love 10/14/2014
34. The Morning Never Comes 10/14/2014
35. Amen 10/14/2014
36. I Got Better 1/9/2015
Best Poem of yewande adedokun

The Soul Painter

Through my window pane
I see now the sun rays

as my painting board stands adjacent to the window
I thought I could go down to the mall and check a paint-roll

The crowd that i witness now down-town, a complete irony to my room
I stand looking for a colourful hue, I have no clue which to choose

In my moment of thought, he stood there beside me in gray cotton
dressed up for the winter, he introduced himself as Mr. Walton

steping forward, he pointed a gray colour bottle to me
and said that the colour is perfect for me, for my dark thoughts are ...

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A Page Of My Face

I wake to a dawn on my face
its a call i must take
I will change the mirror i looked into yesterday
because it didnt define me well to me today

My strength as been misjudged for my weakness
I plan to take them through their judgement
My diary will give the account with no end
I will write a full page on my face each day for them

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