Chorus of Victorious Warriors

Chorus of victorious warriors
Returning with strides that ne’er end
Both young and old, brave banner carriers
Return with gold they can’t outspend

Every member of the clan sings
Chorus of victorious warriors
And the watcher at the gate rings
To announce the valiant warriors

Arrival bears marks victorious
Beginning of long lasting peace
Chorus of victorious warriors
Claims the air and will not quickly cease

The king’s fierce black and chestnut horse
Rides ahead the column, glorious
Hindfeet raised and mouth a-neighing in
Chorus of victorious warriors.

© 2019 Olutomi Akinsanya

Olutomi Akinsanya, currently living in Nigeria, has loved literature and art, reading African contemporary writers’ such as Wole Soyinka, Chinua Achebe and even Western greats like Shakespeare, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Khalil Gibran from an early age.  He became drawn to poetry because of its deeper underlining meanings and began writing in August of 2004. Previously publishing on until 2012 when the site closed down and most of the writings from that era are lost. He loves nature and his cultural background helps him weave and paint letters on the heart of his audience.

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1 thought on “Chorus of Victorious Warriors

  1. Thanks Luna once again

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