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Guest post: The call up

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I’m thankful, that you have showed me
how weak I’d been but I’d never admit. 
I’m grateful, for I comprehend how much I owe you, 
for making me learn to turn my curse to a tool.

I appreciate the fact, you never wished me good, 
for all the inflictions you put me thru’, 
for you thought you only belittled a fool
but the more you hit, the stronger I grew. 

I’m thankful, for your cheerless grim.
Without it I wouldn’t have been able to see
and know what peace my imaginations could bring, 
neither would I have known, I’m all I needed to be me. 

I’m thankful, for being there to provide necessary harassment,
when I brood in pain and whine in silence. 
I’m thankful to you, for upholding my turbulence
and making me discover, the strength in silence. 

Written by: Oluwadamilola Yusuf  

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INGLORIOUS 

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 Deep in the darkness I sit alone, 

Waiting for a heart I could call my own, 

I am not tired, neither am I weak

I’m just not sure to whom I should speak. 

’cause I count every word, every sigh and every breath, 

I’m an introvert, I was made one by birth. 

I search effortlessly, leaving no stone unturned from my own small corner, I search through souls untouched. 

I can’t withstand the pressure, 

I can’t endure the pain, I’d become extremely nervous, terrified as though being hunted.

I was born a loner, the unknown, unwanted. 
Written by: Damilola Yusuf

Guest Post-Ambushed 

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Miss Queen strode in, her beauty was priceless. Her face, well lit as though she was a princess,

she stared into my soul with her eyes of ruby. Eyes of a demon, eyes of treachery. 

She took my hand in hers, it was cold as ice, an eerie smile on her face, sent a chill down my spine.

Her lips were alluring but her intentions, evil. She peered through my eyes, the urge to kindle.

In a moment we were together, in the dead of the night. Though darkness lurked around her face shone bright. 

She was an exquisite being, she owned such a gleam. I could never resist, but she was death deep within. 

I sensed danger but wanted to remain with her, she asked for a kiss and I could’ve turned down the offer.

But I did not and she had the chance to rip out my heartand because she was a demon, left me to die. 

Written by: Oluwadamilola yusuf

Guest Post : Lucifer 

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He was but an angel with eyes of gold, eyes that could lit up the darkest soul,  eyes that could melt down the hardest stones.
Eyes that could pierce through to see the truth while you falter to beat around the bush.

Eyes that could make a thousand nightingales sing,  they could make the entire chords of Heaven ring.

Eyes that could peel off dark clouds at a glance they could make earth quiver as it stands. 

Yet, He was an angel with eyes of pride, eyes that envied the position of the most high,  they couldn’t withstand the pain of being made so bright and still would have a superior, this made him grow cold,  and eyes of gold turned around to live coals.

Deceiving, corrupting and burning down souls. Eyes of destruction, formerly eyes of Heaven, eyes of glory now eyes of the devil. 

Written by: Oluwadamilola David Yusuf

Guest Post- NIGHT AT SUNRISE

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Maybe, I should take a dive off the cliff,

Probably you would save me from hitting the ditch,

Oh, maybe I should prove to you I’m still a fool

Stick my tongue in, keep my face lit

Pretend I’m supportive of every evil thing you do

Maybe not. 

’cause no drop of good dwell in you, 

You saw in me nothing but a tool to use 

Haul yourself from the pain around, 

Elevate yourself from the abased clans in your quest to, fetch for yourself, a worthless Crown,

So much lies on your path, telling the truth was never your plan, 

When you, make me go blind, take up my hand from behind  and make your, psychopathic parasites pierce through me with their tiny fangs 

I’m scared but this time I’m taking it upon myself so go ahead, 

Cook up the threats, bring all your friends if you’ve ever got any bit of strength.

I hated hating you,  and you never loved me either,

I was scared of having you but you said you’d find peace with no other.

You made the greatest fool out of me, 

Owing myself an apology, but I’m thankful to you, showing me things I’ve never seen.

It’s not difficult, turning back to forgive you, 

But you made me hate you and I hope you know I still do. 

Written by : Oluwadamilola David yusuf

Guest Post: BODY’S GUEST

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Dear partner, you’ve got an exquisite soul,
You are worth much more than you allow yourself to know 

There’s something you’re brewing, but scared to show,

Heights you have to reach, but scared to grow. 

what makes you think you know so much about me, 
You’re merely a voice in me, a lifeless being, 

All you can observe is my inward ability

Don’t you have any idea how the strength abates in me. 

I’m more than you think, though lifeless I seem
The presure outside is no match for what you bear within

You shouldn’t abolish your foremost belief,

And please remember, we’re together in this. 

Please spare me the stories, where the hell have you been 
At those times when committing suicide was all I could think

When the pain inside got to the brink, 

Parasite, where have you been? 

I shared your pains, every single one felt 
If that isn’t true you’d probably be dead,

We survived it even when t’was too much to bear, 

Don’t you see reasons why you shouldn’t give it up here. 
I discovered you at that moment, I gave it all up 

You’re late, though you claim to have known for long

I wish I had a choice, I’d rather be unborn, 

But you’re late anyway, ’cause I’m dead, I’m gone.

Written by: Oluwadamilola David yusuf

THE ROADSIDE

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While I sat alone watching the world revolve,

At the roadside every night when lovers would walk

In pairs holding hands and having long talks, 

all I ever had was your silent stalks.
While we watch car owners perform nocturnal rites 

A race towards home, To their partners’ arms,

All I needed from you was a playful bite,

Your head on my shoulder and your paws in my palm.
While the street light stares down at us in pity

So the darkness around us never went in, 

Your mane was all I ever wanted to feel

It was the only sedative that could make me peacefully sleep.
Your death threw me into a pit of remorse, 

I’m left alone, even worse than I was,

the roadside remains a place dread, now that you’ve gone

Goodnight Bruno, my beloved Dog
Written by: Oluwadamilola David yusuf