Who is Ola Olawale

My name is Ola Olawale, born and brought up in Lagos with a Royal family link with one of the most ancient city in Yoruba land. .Attend LGSSS OTO Ijanikin Lagos, attend University of Ibadan where I obtained Bed Political Science Edu. I am a member of African Movement for freedom and Justice, I was a functional member of the Students Union, A member of young writers club Ibadan, Currently working on a project called CARE Academy, with the aim of reviving the reading culture among young generations in Nigeria. I am a photo Journalist, A poet and a columnist . ...
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Ola Olawale Poems

  • Au - Revoir
    It is time to move
    I can still here
    It is time to wave
    I can reverse it ...
  • Hope
    When will you be here again
    With bliss and kiss
    With rose and cheers
    Till that day ...
  • Reflection
    There is a little value we have
    For what we have
    Till it slip away
    Time as thought me ...
  • Loneliness
    Greatness comes from loneliness
    But not one from heartbreak
    Night and day on the street
    Like an orphan ...
  • Things Fall Apart
    A woman heart is a garden
    Needs time and water
    A woman heart is a child
    Needs care and attention ...
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Place 13 Home 13 Live 11 Tongue 10 Unknown 8 Heart 8 Common 7 Love 7 I Love You 7 Long 7


Ola Olawale Quotes

  • Sometimes we allow our enemy to have victory over us not because we do not like the sound of victory but sometimes defeat gives greater happiness that victory.
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The Ballad Of Father O'Hart
 by William Butler Yeats

GOOD Father John O'Hart
In penal days rode out
To a Shoneen who had free lands
And his own snipe and trout.
In trust took he John's lands;
Sleiveens were all his race;
And he gave them as dowers to his daughters.
And they married beyond their place.
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