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Birthday Poem by Akinwale Peace: Today

Akinwale Peace Akindayo.
Today.
Today I'll dance like Dangote's rich agbada,
Today,I'll spread my wings like the dancing peacocks',
Today, I'll fly in eagle's strength like a well planned
surf'ng in the sky to moon and star with'n the tick tacks cocks.
Today of a thousand days of increase
under the atmosphere's daily inches.
Today of a ugly day, when beauty
crawls from a dark world to a soil; sour-sweet.
Today, when gentle birds shall sing lull'bies;
Today, when tongues shall taste tasteless sweet drinks,
Today, when soil shall shy off cowardice,-
Today, -when it shall dance like a roll'ng dice.
Time has ticked tacked and crawled like a young lad;
The day is young, ding dongs still dong quite hard.
Let the dew drizzle warm-cold to cleanse grey
soil cos', today is of a thousand days.

"words from the innocent mind"
         Philip Peace
It was the moment, almost 4:00 am that I was born, my mother told me that.
I'm glad I'm still …

Essay by Akinwale Peace: What the world needs

Written by Akinwale Peace Akindayo. (Philip Peace)What the world need.     "What is in you? What can you do?"Tho' life could a times be funny and real but the apt ones and minded ones will learn from the funs and real aspect of life.
The world is such a place where things happen as planned and as not planned. Sudden effects that brings "rush hour" but one thing is sure, we all have a clue to it. "Die or live".
     I'm often bittered in my spirit when someone can do more than people thought he could do while some swim in the disguise pool of ignorance.
Here is it, "buy and sell is for the marketers, respect and love is for couples and give and take is life, as well as fakes and reals".
It's ideal to live the life that you wish to live but the beneficial one is to live a life that will make you smile and make others smile too. That's the life, that's the feeling, that is the success!     Atimes when you felt you've given y…

Article by Akinwale Peace: Teachers

Written by Akinwale Peace Akindayo.
Philip Peace.Teachers.     "Let them know and they'll make you known".
The pride of teaching is for the pupils/students to understand what you teach or you've taught them.
     Often, students are morally low and some are normal. There should be a level of understanding between pupils/students and the teacher, it'll surely be a interactive and fun and understanding session.     Often, teacher beats pupil/student that proves unseriousness and it sometimes looks like the teacher has cheated the pupil/student or even the whole class, then it looks down on the teacher that his/her conscience judged him/her, he's either to retrace his steps and clear his conscience or forbid the speaking mind. But if he refused to trace the path to seek for a sacred mistake so as to clear the mess off his mind, he/she rebuffs all and therefore get himself/herself in the mess of pricking heart but if he/she is still hardened, it'll graduate to…

Poem by Akinwale Peace: River of life

Akinwale Peace.
Philip Peace.
Reversed poetry."River of life".
when I felt soft ease like ' birds of the sky,
then I saw the refresh'ng river of life-
When I'm broken; broken into pieces;
And felt no peace but pieces of peaces,
when my virtue grew great, vastly abused,
like of wind, to storm a calm sea waves' rule-
when darkest hour smile like devil's to dawn,
and the scary angel glare and fled flown!
when I felt soft ease like ' birds of the sky;
then, I saw the refresh'ng river of life.-----------------------------------------
River of life.then, I saw the refresh'ng river of life.
When I felt soft ease like ' birds of the sky;and the scary angel glare and fled flown!
when darkest hour smile like devil's to dawn,like of wind, to storm a calm sea waves' rule-
when my virtue grew great, vastly abused,And felt no peace but pieces of peaces,
When I'm broken; broken into pieces;then I saw the refresh'ng river of life-
when I felt sof…

Poem by Akinwale Peace: for you

Akinwale Peace AkindayoWritten with horizontal words WolexTosinFor you.When I lifted up my eye, I could see the smiles
Of the sky, I never didst fathom and understand the sky
Love the loving latest glamorous couple of life.
Enjoying this ecstasy, in my looks, I'd invisibly dined
'Xcuse me, you two are truly for love divine.To whom will I share my experience?
Of whom will my looks be made loud in silence?
Seen I'm glad by the eternal ring dancing salience
in respect of your love science.
Now I'll wish you a blissfully flowered life.Happy married life Uncle Oyewole and Aunty Tosin."wordsfromtheinnocentmind"
             Philip Peace

Poem by Akinwale Peace: Love toast

Akinwale Peace"Love toast"When I was alone, lonely and single,
Of times schedules stole friendship I might mingle,
Let those times I'd felt alone and lonely jingle;
Explaining my gladness like the lion of the jungle
'xampling a victorious life when I met her angle.Tell them you've met me, Yes me!
Of all the treasures in the beauty inn.
Say to me "I'll always love you,"
I have a thing worth more than you,
Now you're shaking, its my love and heart shared between me and you.(these lines are in Shakespearian language)Woe betide the darkness of the earth
of which they've withheld lov'ng hearts.
Let my future dance cos I'm happy;
Esp cos I'm with you Lady charming;
'xampling a life with you is a glad feeling.To whom will thou wish "blissful"?
Of whom shall I tell of thy love that's peaceful?
Seen of drunken passion that hypnotize me
in and scribble me like solitaire in
no game but love that is real.When I speak, it…

Quote by Akinwale Peace

"Pride is as honey and later gets swamped with stinging bees"
"wordsfromtheinnocentmind"
Akinwale Peace (Philip Peace)

Poem by Akinwale Peace: Tell them

Written by Akinwale Peace.
(This poem is in a reversed version of poetry with a special/different way of writing.
Stanza 1 Line 1 continues in stanza 2 line 1 also stanza 3 line 1 and stanza 4 line 1.
So is stanza 1 line 2 continues in stanza 2 line 2 also stanza 3 line 2 and stanza 4 line 2. Like that...)
Read it I'm sure you'll get it.
Reversed poetryTell them.

Tell those tailer to quit treating us like a damned jailer,
Tell those jailers to live wat'red life like the tree Oliver,
Say to the stammerer to smile and dare speak more smoother,
Look at the lost visionaries cos' they'll gain another.

Tell those tailer that we are having the sharp reasoning strength,
Tell those jailers their hidden years will soon smile at it's end,
Say to the stammerer God is their defending defence,
Look at the visionaries and smilingly be their friends.

Tell them darkest-light hour comes before dawn,
Tell them justification will soon come,
Tell them the making maker is still God,
Tell th…

Quote by Philip Peace

Learn learn learn than earn earn earn.
What I know, you don't know while what I don't know, you know.
Teach me while I teach you. "words from the innocent mind"
             Philip PeaceAkinwale Peace

Quote by Philip Peace

This is for the young and old, for the stupid and the wise.
Most times, it's when those near to people are dead that they'll care for them, they'll care for the corpse and the house they left behind: they'll plaster and paint it with different colours.
Now I ask: "how much do you care for the man, the woman; the dead when he/she was alive?
How much do you care for him, how much do you care for her?
You care for the things he/she left behind tho' you never showed love nor sympathy for him/her when he/she was alive, to what classification is that?
"words from the innocent mind"
            Philip PeaceAkinwale Peace

Poem by Philip Peace: Puzzled

Akinwale PeacePuzzled.
Darkness is the light,
Truth, the truthful lie.The soft pat tie like warm chains,
the smile like devil's on prey.Oh devil! You have a photocopy!
Why sun! Your sunny sun burn my body!The rain of inferno
like the dew falling snow,drizzle on my fleshless body,
"Am I a corpse breathing life being?I am, I'm not a dead being!"
My voice mumbled in the wind.My hair dance to the winds,
My hands are my wings.I fly like the fishes,
the horror of living.The death in breathing;
All I felt and sing.The devils are angels,
They speak, we smile at them.The world's smiles hurt me,
Phew! Are they the demon near me?Birds! Why don't you tweet?
Why don't your lips tweet?
"words from the innocent mind"
           Philip Peace

Article by Philip Peace: Presence and money.

WrittenbyAkinwale PeacePresence and money.
     In life,many people think money opens all doors,money is everything, but I tell you that "money isn't everything"
You are wondering what kind of statement it was but its the fact. The bitter truth precisely.In life,we have many important people in our life that we can't bear the gory sight of hurting them. They have money like we do,they are famous than we could explain. Such person gets sick and you sent every bit of naira for treatment and you think that is enough?
A times,money don't do everything, They want "You".
You should be at your close associates' sickbay, it will surely make them relieved, revived them and make them energetic to face the odds of sickness with strong faith.
     People think money is what you need to become a successful man. Will money read for you?
Will money run errands for you?
We need to kill the mentality of money here, money there for a healthy and wealthy life. Parent d…

Essay by Philip Peace- Pass it out

Written by Akinwale Peace.Pass it out.
     "The pride of doing what you've never done is what keeps you trying hard to do it,and when you are done, you'll marvel that you could do it".
Such is an easy task which people often put in much ado. Taking the responsibility of oneself is to do what you fear to do, it makes you a hero in your own sense, in your reasoning and in your existence.
     Fear will come, lack of concentration will come but you will have to be focused tho' the attention has been diverted.
For instance, when you want to eat your food, tho' you are watching a movie and doing other chit chats, can the delicious meal direct your hands to your noise despite the distraction caused by the pings and distraction by the food, you can't fees through your noise, you'll be held back by something unknown...
"Let your mind be put in what you do".
Therefore, "not lacking concentration can  make you pass those blank and complicating wo…

Poem by Philip Peace: Womb where is thy tomb?

Womb where's thy tomb?
Womb! Where's thy tomb?
Ditch old and young
Womb! Bore no more.Womb! Where's thy tomb?
Cease thy issue
Soil is crying!Womb! Where's thy tomb?
Create a pause
Let them not come.Soil is crying
Like a weird wind
Blowing hopeless.
"words from the innocent mind"
Philip Peace

Quote by Philip Peace

"Don't change yourself to win, change your view about winning"
"words from the innocent mind"
              Philip Peace

Poem by Philip Peace: Africa my Motherland

Akinwale Peace.
Africa my motherland.
Africa my motherland;
Africa another land,
Africa the pride of clans,
Africa my mother land.
To thee whose breast countries do cuddle,
Thou that has the might - mighty warriors;
Thou that has coward men of valour,
Africa, my mother with no nipple.
The long small nipple was bitten
at wars, the soft bullet and steel
spill through our veins and rip nipple
off your breast, we cried, blood spill!
Africa, you're my motherland,
Those men are frowning smil'n devils,
the angels are saintly devils!
Africa! Let blood cleanse our land!
Africa, where is Queen Amina
who can spill the blood on our land?
Africa, can Deborah wake up
and help the Baracks' in our land?
Africa you're my motherland,
Let blood cleanse our corrupt  land!
Let birds clap and sing joyous song,
Africa, let blood storm their tongues.
"words from the innocent mind"
             Philip Peace

Poem by Philip Peace: drop droppings

Akinwale Peace.
drop droppings.
the rain is clapping,
beating on my roof
like the birds' flappings,
storming storms on the brooks.
thousand legs ' running,
peaceful rain on hooks.
the rain is campaigning,
"who need my droppings?"

"words from the innocent mind"
            Philip Peace

Quote by Philip Peace

"People will never cherish what you are or who you are. Don't wait for them to cherish you, they never cherished metal before it became Gold".
Cherish yourself and your talent, don't wait for them!
They'll only make you feel miserable!I am Akinwale Peace.
"wordsfromtheinnocentmind"
        Philip Peace

Poem by Philip Peace: barren milk

Akinwale Peace.
barren milk.
the wolves as the evil shepherd,
the wealthy and the rich pauper.
the milk spill barrenly further,
cows cry in bitterness bitter.
the wolves scare cows with their killing calm horns,
helplessly, max' of cow suffer shelter
and ran skelter helter like a hustler,
the birds could sing for  the end of their worms.
save the birds in the Aso - zoo for peace,
the peaceless peace clamor songs couldn't bring;
"let their feathers flap like the angels' wings,
they'll still sing to our beat", they say with flinch's.
does the earth moves not revolve round the star?
does the sun not faint, for the shinning star?
does the eyeless blindness not sleep at night?
does the saint not cry at evils' snare sight?
wolves gave no grass to feed,
the birds flaps their mock'n' wings,
the milk spill barrenly further,
cows cry in bitterness bitter.
"words from the innocent mind"
            Philip Peace

Poem by Philip Peace: barren milk

Akinwale Peace.
barren milk.
the wolves as the evil shepherd,
the wealthy and the rich pauper.
the milk spill barrenly further,
cows cry in bitterness bitter.
the wolves scare cows with their killing calm horns,
helplessly, max' of cow suffer shelter
and ran skelter helter like a hustler,
the birds could sing for  the end of their worms.
save the birds in the Aso - zoo for peace,
the peaceless peace clamor songs couldn't bring;
"let their feathers flap like the angels' wings,
they'll still sing to our beat", they say with flinch's.
does the earth moves not revolve round the star?
does the sun not faint, for the shinning star?
does the eyeless blindness not sleep at night?
does the saint not cry at evils' snare sight?
wolves gave no grass to feed,
the birds flaps their mock'n' wings,
the milk spill barrenly further,
cows cry in bitterness bitter.
"words from the innocent mind"
            Philip Peace

Poem by Philip Peace: Vivid

AkinwalePeace.
Vivid.
Awesomely looking like a stumper
even when I'm lackingly cornered
in a room meant for the quat-quarters,
as I'd become a squatter-squat er.
Loneliness in a derailed word
even when the word behaves sword,
and a swore holds a found'tion wall
in disguise of a man's word-world.
With no r'buff I smile to untrue
words that unfear my world in tune.
I'd unfeared the fear of the untrue
while I still squat as he spats like ' fool.
I'd seen the unseen with the eye of a being,
I'd known the unknown with the sense of a King,
I'd seen the fool's wisdom in a lighting dim,
I'd seen the untrue friend whose fear I've r'fuse with vim.
"words from the innocent mind"
           Philip Peace

Poem by Philip Peace: Nostalgia

Akinwale Peace.Nostalgia.

And I slip-sliding to the nostalgia of love
like the slip-sliding road with watery cuffs
A bounded love with heartily hurts
like a surmountable life that rarely hurt.
With your face grinning round me
When I smile, you beautify giggles
When I hum, you sing like my mean
And I slip-slipping to your giggles.
With your tenderly sweet smiles
I could hold on without the tide
I was shaken on the bus without a ride
I was on the trench, holding tight.
Never let going nor loosing
I'd looked in love like a river flooding
I've sat and smile in my dream giggling
I dream of the nostalgia loving.
But it's a dream of a nostalgia
And I slip-sliding to the nostalgia of love
But it's like a road with broken chords
And a smile in the hurts of nostalgia.

"words from the innocent mind"
           Philip Peace

Philip Peace's quotes

"Every word that propped out tears from the eye can be made smile by just a word"
Make people smile."words from the innocent mind"
             Philip Peace

Poem by Philip Peace: Crying.

AkinwalePeace.Crying.With
no
sense
of
sym-
-pa
-thy
will
I
smile
like
the
de-
-vil,
cos'
their
tears
is
e-
-vil."words from the innocent mind"
           Philip Peace

Philip Peace's quotes

"The legacy of centralization has outgrown the law of decentralization in our reasoning ethics"
Have a broad imagination to achieve one after another not just a dream.
-Akinwale Peace
Philip Peace
"words from the innocent mind"

Poem by Philip Peace: This pen cannot die.

Akinwale Peace.

This pen cannot die
I am the pen
I am still burning,
Ceaseless is my fire, still coming.
I still write to vent.
I am the pen
I wasn't tired.
I am still writing like I've stopped and fired.
I still write to vent.
I am the pen
Between your emotions and heart, I am the confluence.
To ease your smiling sadness is my happiness.
I still write to vent.
Who says the ink is dry?
I am in the course, still active and fine.
I am the pen
I still write to vent.
"words from the innocent mind"
                Philip Peace✌

Philip Peace's Quotes

"Girls, the feeble minds with greater worth"

"words from the innocent mind"
     Philip Peace

Article by Philip Peace: Why are they?

Written by Akinwale Peace Akindayo.
Philip Peace.
Whyarethey?
     Yea, I should have done this long hours ago but I was rejecting the urge but now I see the reason to fight even when I'm of the other gender.
       Why?
Why do they regard them as the weaker vessel?
Why do they make them feel little?
Why do they make them feel useful only at home?
Why do they make them a fulltime wife when they also have dreams to chase?
Why do they make those women, girls and ladies, in context females, be subjected as an object of ridicule when it's obvious they need greater respect?
Why?
     I see no reason why females shouldn't be given an equal right.
Yes, they are regarded as a weaker vessel but note: they hold back tears when their husband cries, they still feed their kids with their milk after dozens of bites on their nipple. Don't say they don't have an option but to take care of the baby, they don't and they do have an option.
They don't have an option because it…

Article by Philip Peace: Who wants to be reproached?

WrittenbyAkinwale Peace Akindayo.
Philip Peace.
Who want to be reproached?
     I once said both genders have no reason to cheat and both genders grow weird when one betrays the other. This often lead to a distant war room clash where none of them want to give up because "they don't want to be reproached".
     Taking another picture to what reproach means, in the ordinary sense reproach means the sense of dullness or shame, Bette addressed disgrace.
According to Philip Peace "reproach means been tame and tagged a dull being which irrevocably becomes a shame."
Theoretically, what I mean with reproach in relationship is "the inability to fight a needless battle but seriously need to fight".
Now, the battle can be elucidated into two:
Fighting the partner
and
Fighting the person caught cheating with the partner.     Who want to be reproached?
Who want the cooking gas to spill out and burn the whole house?
Fighting the partner has no physical means of comb…

Article by Philip Peace: Why some are weird.

Written by Akinwale Peace Akindayo.
Philip Peace.
Why some are weird.    " The truth, the bitter and known truth; I want to say and communicate. Let's hear the conclusion of the whole matter, "transparency isn't the mirror, the mirror is the eye to the heart".
     I've been wondering and I'm tired of wondering and picturing the actual result of been weird and harsh on a fellow flesh. This is paramount in a relationship life.
A brief word and tears could not utter how hurt it hurts when a relationship got broken up with just, "I don't think I can continue, it could be better if we break up" from either of the partners.
Now, considering another brutal manner of passing a silent but killing information in relationship, it is double-dating or cheating.
Let me take "cheating" in the real sense, let's call a spade a spade.
Often, in relationship, man is bound to suffer, I mean human beings are bound to cry for love even when the lov…

Alone with my thoughts.

Alone with my thoughts.
Here, there, my race speed up to crawling walk
as my eyes scanned through the wall of the real work.
'N my dew overwhelm the drizzl'n rain
'n uproar of madness got me insane.'N I scanned through the low dry land- valley
from the mountain top,
I saw the alleys
that led to a desert in the valley
as the Shepherd graze through, in the alleys.I saw the Lilly and dared bother it,
I was shut down by the dew in the sea.
'N uproar of madness got me insane;
Captured by love of lone, I felt disdain.I'm alone in the world of thoughts,
Alone here, alone with my thoughts.
Mysteries are my thoughts, opened in secret;
Misery are they, when recalled in secret.
"words from the innocent mind"
            Philip Peace

River without waters.

River without waters.
On this rock the snake had crawled, passed
with hisses without an impact.
On this path doth water do grasp
with rushing flows but no water.The books are just like blind's papers,
Laws are decorated in there.
Pens are bleeding smil'n tears here,
Hearts are cry'n, bleeding out there!
The flowing river is thirsty
The salt water is so tasteless.
The tears' smiling society;
Words must heal these helplessness, help!
The tears' smiling society,
Hope can cure all anxiety.
Smile at the new watery river!
Swim at the new fulfilled river!.
"words from the innocent mind"
              Philip Peace

Poem by Philip Peace "Clap the clap!"

clap the clap..
.
.
.'n the cup turned o'er and over
when it should be your own cover.
'n storm roar your calm sea, - you'll sit?
when the kingdom is at your seat?'n the water turned into a mould ice;
what forefathers controlled during their time,
you ignored their immediate frightening frights
'n smile a coward smile, cowardice's smiles.'n your Goliath fell at David's slings;
'n you sleep, you fall for bird's lullabies,
'n your ecstasy filled reality
'n your reality relent oft' ' it.'n the cup turned o'er 'n over
'n you smile a coward smile o'er.
clap the clap of a won loser,
clap the clap of a won loser!clap the clap of a fallen King;
clap the clap of a fallen team,
clap the clap of a won loser!
clap the clap of a won loser!"words from the innocent mind"
           Philip Peace

Poem by Philip Peace: Sing the song

Akinwale Peacesing the song.
kill those fleshly earth's flesh of lust,
let's be unfear by fear that losts.
their gentle terribles' voices
grip our heart like ' dead voices.bind them with fetters of shackles,
let's smile from our strong struggles.
their masked faces deflower us,
their sight hurts us a lot, it hurts.
let's sing the song of joyous joy;
let's cry the tears of clamored joy,
let our seeds be taught God's way
and like ' plants near river, we'll stay.but they'll come and join us with chants!;
and propose to our daughters,
' let's bind shackles round their organs
'n throw them oft' off forever.
then, we can sing the song of joy;
we can shout clamorously, joy!
we can be free, unfear fears, joy!
let's sing the song of joyous joy.
"words from the innocent mind"
              Philip Peace

Philip Peace's quotes

Procrastination seems like an unideal actual thing, postponing makes it unideal, taking a step makes it a actual thing.
            Philip PeaceQuote: "Intention without action makes a zero"
"Intention with actions makes a hero" - Pastor w.f Kumuyi

Philip Peace's quotes

Do you know the 3 most important things???
Here!3 things are major in this Life.
A: Wisdom
B: Skill
C: Virtue.Wisdom is knowing new things.
Skill is knowing how to do new things.
Virtue is doing it the way you ought to do it.
"words from the innocent mind"
             Philip Peace

We flow.

PoetAkinwalePeace Akkndayo.
Weflow.

Smiling with a watery eyes
it's like a death penalty;
Soft rubies on myriads stars,
Loving sun on the fiery cloud sat.
Laughs of a thousand beam
my face with a watery eye,
A large house is like an inn
where all tears one tearless weep.
Up and down, front and back flap,
Upheaval fury, mood swings.
I smile at the dull'n snaps -dark
-of light, we kingless kings.
I smile at our dull'n snap,
Smiling with a watery eye.
I cry and laugh and laugh from the start;
the world's change, a truthful lie.
We pray nakedly with clothes
with our bright futureless hopes.
Hopeless hope, ding dong flow flows,
Oh! Instability flows!
"words from the innocent mind"
                      Philip Peace

Poem by Philip Peace. "This day".

Poet Akinwale Peace Akindayo
(Philip Peace)

This day.
I stuttered as I woke up
to see the rain sweeping
and preparing the floor for rug,
The sky kissed me and reveal brightening.
Months are dead afore time;
Weeks are buried in past times,
Minutes crawl on minutes;
seconds made us salivate for new things.
Oh happy day!
This is the day;
Shine so bright-
new month's light.
Rejoice land and sea;
Dance valleys and hills,
Stars! Shine at day, day!
Let's dance to this day.
"words from the innocent mind"
            Philip Peace