Tag Archives: Adedayo Agarau

WHEN YOUR COUNTRY becomes

a thistle in the wind, ask if your country is your country, ask if the boys who died by bomb have made their bodies a light for us. Open your mouth & ask if religion is god’s way of depopulating … Continue reading

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supplication

teach us to stand             when we sink                         teach us to wait for the bus that will not come             teach us to leave the door open while light spreads through the open wounds in our chests teach us to curl our … Continue reading

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