Best Poem of Babatunde Idowu Ebenezer

The Maiden From The East
With the wind that blew me to the North,
Also blown a maiden from the East,
On whom mine eyes more than twice could set not.
But twice her striking beauty my eyes made swell as yeast.

Where do I start describing this epitome of beauty?
Like a sunshine her smiles cover the world with light.
There is . . .
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The Ball Of Flame
Down, down and down
It descended from the sky
like rain.
Down and fast like a fallen
star.
Bright and Loud it came
from above.
Bringing into memory the
popular story
Of Sodom and Gomorah in
the Bible.
Furiously it descended like
an injured Robin,
Killing everything in its . . .
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