Apeke & Other Poems

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About the author:
Timileyin Gabriel Olajuwon (TGO) is an international multi award winner - Awarded the World Poetry Ambassador to Nigeria {Canada} 2013, nominated as Inspirational Poet of the Year by World Friendship Celebration (Pentasi B) Philippines 2013, Won the Write Share Be Read Second International Poetry Competition with his poem REMEMBER O'YE GODS and published in first Female online magazine, United Kingdom 2013, placed in the top ten of the Rabindranath Tagore Award - International English Poetry Competition (India) 2014. Awarded the World Poetry Cultural Youth Peace Ambassador 2014, Awarded Creative Writers Association of Nigeria Poetry Literary Award 2014, ranked third in Anchors Bible competition 2014, Appointed Director of World Poetry Movement (Mexico) 2015, nominated for El-Hibri Foundation Peace Education Prize 2015, Received Pentasi B universal poet of the year (Ghana) 2016, Appointed Director of Writers Capital International Foundation (India) 2016, Honorary mentioned at Sezione Stranieri award 2016, Received "Best Poet on Campus' at the Campus Mega Award 2016.

His works have been featured in poetry anthologies,journals, and magazines both in print and online. He is the Chairman/President of Muse for Peace Foundation a nonprofit organization established towards building peaceful relationship among people of all ages, culture and races; starting from individual to the global communities through Arts, Education, and humanitarian services and the behind Muse for World Peace Anthology

He is the author of "Call for Retreat" 2013.

Apeke & Other Poems

The Rhytm of Love

Authored by Timileyin Gabriel Olajuwon
Foreword by Mutiu Olawuyi

Timileyin Gabriel Olajuwon's Apeke is a book of poetry filled with expression of love in multifaceted lyrical views. The poet, for reader's clear understanding of his core message, decides to subdivide the book with subthemes of love.

Publication Date:
1543062571 / 9781543062571
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White with Bleed
Related Categories:
Poetry / African

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