Poem

He Rose On Red Roses

Sunday, February 28, 2021
He rose on red roses Captured by sunlight As beautification rite On the evergreen gardeners. He had had the day When he overheard The cowherd drums Hawking communal melody. Monarchical beam In his glassy peace Had object subjects For his tyrannical predicate. Adult thunderstorm On escal ...

A 2021 Special Valentine Poetry Collection

Monday, February 15, 2021
Pure as crystal Mature and unskeptical Love beyond love Love in love And like a molten gold My love oozes warmth Even in the cold we are Love in love Life they say is a proverb Master this verb, it's an action Echo in echo out Love is a lieutenant Love ...

Peeping Through The Sky

Tuesday, February 9, 2021
Peeping through the sky The heartbroken clouds Burst into crawling tears To rock the crippling sea With grinning geography Upon dying demography Atmosphere airs roaring On identifiable darkness ...

We Lost The Stars To Scars

Saturday, January 2, 2021
We lost the stars to scars They never said goodbye And the moon to mourner In deep sounds of silence Sited sun sighted sighing Grieving in a chaotic cage Our tribal twilight dawned Embracing hate beatitude Our beaten banners bitten By dark acts of dichotomy ...

Poem for Ugandans Living in Kenya

Saturday, December 5, 2020
Now is a short while To the elections in Uganda Yet non of you is in shape Of mind and spirit to go home And vote out the ruling junta To pave way for good governance a desire for ages in your dear land Crying and yearning for braved up Salvage from sons and daughters Of the soil, go home ...

Inhumane Lagos

Sunday, November 22, 2020
Inhumane Lagos Egbeda welcomes me with a local ambience, with human beings behaving wild, not human. No one greets the usual goodmorning, both small and big. Is this the attribute of Satan? People are just crafty here. Not wise. Neighbours have lost humanity for ego. Twaddle takes the ...

Mourning The World

Friday, November 13, 2020
When I think of the year, I have reasons to be happy and reasons to be healed. I'm on a journey to heal ancestral past. Coronavirus, EndSARS can't be karma I'm solving. I have seen things from my lifetime to another. The year has been hard like stone but these problems do not run in my fami ...

Politics of Oyigbo Killings (1)

Tuesday, November 10, 2020
They went to the Bricks House as Five Wise men from the East, but exposed that wisdom can 39;t be imparted. Politics became their keyword when corpses cry from places disclosed and undisclosed. Two graves were dug: One with soldiers 39; guns and two, with the lies from men from the East. ...

The Bad Lad

Sunday, November 8, 2020
Jake was a lad So terrible so bad He was told by his dad To stop acting bad But the bad lad Said to his dad Dad,you're mad The lad's dad Felt so sad And went to sit at the yard The next day -break When Jake was awake His dad baked a cake With the venom of a snake And called Jake T ...

Retrospection

Thursday, November 5, 2020
I can't tell you how passionate your words have always been to me. One thing I will tell you is, I appreciate them. If I remember those days, I might be loose to tell you somethings I didn't tell you then. Anyway, you have a place in my heart but I will not let you know the part ...
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