Prisoner of Hope-A Poem

Who am I that He is mindful of me? Why does my heart drum wildly in His presence? Why do I hope for tomorrow even in the midst of a painful present, And the distant echo of a sour past As though I were a prisoner chained to hope. Why bother to explain something that…

The Past, A Poem by Olamide.

The past with all its trappings Came knocking yesterday Bittersweet nothings poured in When I opened the door I gave it an inch It took a mile Dragging along with it, Regret, longing, nostalgia 3 foolish friends who often go everywhere together Luring willing victims in with a lie “The past was much better than…

the making of a son

This poem is dear to my heart, it was written in 2014, a couple of hours to my 22nd birthday. It was initially titled ‘Reflections’ and has passed through the Refiner’s fire many times. It was ‘performed’ at Ablaze 2015 with over 600 freshmen in attendance.I pray it blesses your heart and draws you closer…

IMPECCABLE (A Poem)

Originally posted on Luke Ogar's Blog:
I need no perfect ones They are not my sons — Those who love to sit in high places And look down on the lowly with proud faces It is ye who condemn on carnal basis And wrap yourselves like kings in laces I need no perfect ones…

Broken…the finale.

Writing this story has been a great learning experience for me and I wish that it didn’t have to end so soon. Enjoy! Free as a bird, To do as I please, To soar like the eagle, To overcome obstacles, To be rid of the chains that hold me captive, I long for freedom. I…