31 DAYS OF POETRY- DAY 25- PRELUDE TALES- by Ijalusi Samuel

Our fathers did eat
Kola nut and drank palm wine
As the light that beckons
Gleamed from the shoulders of our visitors
Who rode in on caged drift,
Whose words were persuasively poisonous,
Whipping us with western ways.

Our mother dwells
Dwells in a sanatorium
After the theatrics interval
Of orchestrated lords
The mist of this dawn
Is yet to be broken
As subvert mud.

Our ancestral home
Is crumbling as a snake slithering
Upward the hill of Sinai
My age sing praises to parentage
To this junction journeyed just far
Is unbelievable to the dreams

Googled before the lords.

Tola Ijalusi is an Accounting student of The Polytechnic, Ibadan. The realities of life, personal experiences, the society, nature and God inspires him. His journey into poetry began when he started writing love text messages for his friends and his encounter with his literature teacher Mr Justin Njoku in Secondary School. He writes to address certain issues in the society as his contribution to the development and transformation of humanity.

He is a writer who writes from Ibadan, Nigeria. He has his poems published on various literary journals and magazines such as Bravearts Magazine, Kalahari Review, Kreative Diadem, PIN Quarterly Journal, Tuck Magazine, The Poet Community, WRR etc and Anthologies such as Peace is Possible, Muse For World Peace and The Reeest Verses Poetry Anthology.


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