IBILE TI YEWA EGBA BY PRINCE JOE

*IBILE TI YEWA EGBA*

*BY*:PRINCE JOE
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Our matched ratchet reckless world slumber,
Thy *Alaafin* whispers death to men,
No legs was bearing its name,
Like millions of lives In debt.
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our shame bears your name,
Pouring agony of pains into thy lake,
One word kills thousands of fools,
Numerous kings dealing with folks.
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These *Egbas* drinks like drunkard on and on,
They shed tears like marine-water,
Peace unto who?they begin war,
Like I was never born in those days.
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Tell me your future *Egba*?
Who created you *Yewa*?
Who looks like you *Lisabi*?
Whose shadow is this *Olumo*?
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children dancing with drums *Ewele*,
Not minding the sorrows at noon *Jeje*,
Our foots stands on roots *Fijabi*,
Who will bear us witness *Ilari*?
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I rested on a rock called *Olumo*,
Where we lay and hide for wars that cometh,
Jesus wept? Isn’t in our diary,
*Ogun and sango*was our fathers then.
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My eyes Saint the joy of it,
Like I was moving to *Orisabunmi*,
The woman of honor In white garment,
*Ibile ti yewa*,our motherland in native-tongue.
*GIANT-PEN MAKING IMPACT*

*2107*

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