Adeosun Olamide Quotes
I'm not the devils child. I am Christ.
We are angels with horns.
And we wait tonight for the arrival of death, to take your freezing soul. We stand by with warmth in ours- watching you pale, watching you come colder.
This moment - there are no remembrances, no memory - your sickness have taken all, have worn us all out, we only remember feeding you, changing your clothes, we only remember the odor of your stool, we only remember a miserable life and all before that is gone.
Your beautiful face, all is gone - we wait for death your messiah, your savior from this misery, our savior- so that tomorrow we won't have thoughts of murder and your thought of suicide won't linger.
And we knew not - the breeze that came was death. And in its arrival - spelled us a slumber as take from our greasy grasp a soul we once loved.
It would be hasty, the burial- so the gods don't withdraw their mercy, punishing us on. And by dawn - shall be a blessing to the worms.
From a slave to being a widow. Now your children can have my little strength, now they can see their mother, now I can keep them warm.
He brings me smile and calls my scars -The cause of my beauty
Go now, sow seeds, plant roses- where shall be your grave, grow daffodils.A stream, course path to hear water through.And a tree as shade.