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Thursday, 11 January 2018

DANCE WITH THE STORM



 
We have sought after life,

Right from the point when we, tiny semens

Inside daddy's two pride bags,

Have to fight, so we'd survive. 


We have learnt about life,

From the point of fear,

Where adults screams lingers, 

And our inner voices tremble. 


We became older and our voices too, 

Like waters,  we flow,

Casting off all odds, 

We ignited a new beginning.


We like the iroko tree they say can

withstand 

The tempestuous music of the wind.

But can't resist to be taken aback by the 

Many dance steps of the storm.




By 


Godwin Henry Osaigbovo (Pa Shakespeare) 


Jegede Dawal Joseph (joejegz) 


For SpearePoetry


AshGreyMovement


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