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November 23, 2018 / barton smock

person Adedayo Agarau, one poem


Adedayo Agarau is a student and poet hoping to make the world a little better with his words and photography. He has works up at Barren Magazine, Geometry, and 8poems. He is the author of For Boys Who Went. His manuscript Asylum Chapel, is coming to light for publication and looking for a good home. One can connect with him via twitter @adedayoagarau and Instagram @wallsofibadan, where he documents the beauty and pain of his Nigerian city home.


broken cross.
for olawale ibiyemi

there must be a god // in a house

a boy sets himself ablaze // you smell like goings

are you the mile? there must be a god.

of water & the attraction of the body what does the fire

say about rapture? what do the angels say about demise

how a boy leaves home to become a book on a dusty shelf

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