Humans with Tribal marks aren’t Devils, Its Tribal Marks not Devil Marks
This poem is an African story of those with tribal marks and a man who finds beauty behind those marks.
It describes how Tribal marks in a face shouldn’t be seen as something bad or something to see as what nullify someone’s beauty. It should be regardless as something worth having and what beautifies the face.
It also explain why humans shouldn’t discriminate those with Tribal marks as its not a Devil mark, but Tribal mark.
The beauty of of this poem is backed and inspired by a Beauty Miss Adetutu who is blessed with a Tribal Mark, most people do call her the African Beauty as her Tribal mark is so attractive, pleasing and dainty.
Enjoy the read below
I love it when you laugh and smile,
At the same time, in my
delight I get sad.
Because I wish I could be the only
man while other men are animals.
Àdùké, you’re so beautiful
with those marks.
Don’t be bothered about the city girls,
you got tribal marks, not devil marks.
When you laugh, I see a Rihanna,
when you now decide to keep it
low I see a Michelle Obama.
Àdùké Onídìrí, follow me to the city,
I’ll open a fashion hub for you
at the riverside of lekki
Eni bíi Okàn mi, please help
patch my broken ribs
Àdùké èmi owon,
When we’ve a daughter, we’ll
name her Arewà èkó (Lagos)
with your hands on her hair,
Beautifulness will be a course
in the University.
Shake those beads on your waist
for me and let’s dance to Àpàlà
Like Sanyerì Okolà.
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Olajire Muyideen, aka SMILING PEN
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