Gilbert Asitibasi Poems

  • 1.  
    Like the roses vies your inate emotions...
    Trust your companions touches the inner chambers of
    Descerning thoughts.
    Some call you names.
  • 2.  
    Put the bilot box and let's talk...
    Every count breeds every betrayal
    Nothing poisons if not from the inside

  • 3.  
    Where are the winds that sanctify pandemics?
    Nations yearn your yawns.
    Dawns swell now seeking your face:
    Grapes taste sour amidst plaques of varied grades
  • 4.  
    The myth behind my smile.
    Treasure that was hidden from millions
    Every dawn swirls in with your effervescence
    The contours on your face melts me down.
  • 5.  
    A tattoo of vapour and a skull of emptiness.
    Each growing day each mourn and sadness,
    Grasses devoided of moist waits the sickle.
  • 6.  
    Nothing hurts than that excruciating pain within.
    The night witch who witch hunt us in broad day.
    Every jot for every death.
    The second devil deviding our throats.
  • 7.  
    The only irroko found in our basin forest.
    Poised of wisdom and unity.
    The sacred saviour of the dark race
    Embedded rock of our water-table
Total 7 poems written by poet Gilbert Asitibasi

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