Soliloquy – a poem by Kolawole Samuel Adebayo

Soliloquy

At the river,
God is the face
Looking back at me
From the water.
And God cries if I cry,
And God smiles if I smile,
And what I do is what God would do.
And God will do nothing if I do nothing.

 

Kolawole Samuel Adebayo is an old soul in a young Nigerian body whose poems seek to awaken the human consciousness. His poems have appeared or forthcoming in Glass Poetry, Button Poetry, Burning House Press, Anti-Heroin Chic Magazine, Eunoia Review, PRAXIS Magazine, Mojave Heart Review, Tuck Magazine, WRR, BPPC anthology, and elsewhere. He likes to connect with his friends via his Twitter handle, @samofthevoice.

One thought on “Soliloquy – a poem by Kolawole Samuel Adebayo

  1. Everything said about the poet, Mr Sam, is true. I count myself lucky to read his works. He is too good to be called good.

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