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And Eat It On àmàlà

When living at Aláta
We used to climb àpáta
To buy Baba àkàrà
One day at agogo méta
We met efòn lábàtà
We killed it with our àdá
And eat it on àmàlà.

NOTE:
Alata= A place
Apata = Hill
Akara = Beans ball
Agogo Meta = 3 o'clock
Efon = Deer
Abata = Brook
Ada = Cutlass
Amala = A kind of pasta

Samuel C. Enunwa aka samueldpoetry
(the Leo with wings)

POETIC DIGEST:-
"Dialect: A variety of a language that is characteristic of a particular area or community"

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