Monthly Archives: January 2014

Shotgun cowboy

Shotgun Cowboy He came walking out of the hot desert Sun His wide-brimmed hat hid his face but not his gun They say when death comes calling, he rides shotgun (I just scratched an “itch” in about 5 minutes.)   … Continue reading

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Dead-man’s Pass

Dead-man’s Pass Up in the hills Where the wind whistles through the trees There is a tiny pass Where men have given all they had To control that which was there before their time Their ghosts still haunt the rocks … Continue reading

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Folktales and Fables

I think I drew the picture below as a sample many many years ago when I was supposed to illustrate a planned new edition of the book “Folktales and fables” by Currey and Itayemi (not me . That’s Mrs. P. A. … Continue reading

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On the edge

On the edge Why do I teeter on the edge of fatness It is the food I eat Threatening to build a band around my waist Can I keep the cholesterol at bay When the sugar, the Suya and the … Continue reading

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year to one and all. May the New Year be filled with blessings from the Almighty God. Best Regards, Ayotunde Itayemi

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