‘The Cry Of A Wounded Nigeria’, a poem by Joseph Ogbonna, spotlights the somewhat dire state of Nigeria.
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When rain falls, it makes the earth flourish. ‘The Bow In The Sky’ is a poem of hope and a remainder of who formed us.
This poem reflects the poor state of the poet’s beloved home, Nigeria. It is a call for reawakening for Africa’s beleaguered giant.
‘How Do I Say A Prayer For Nigeria’ is a poem about the present Nigeria ordeal, I do not yet know how to pray for Nigeria. I hope this suffice my limitations.
My life is a product of many failures till I ask for death but death seems far. I hereby try to define death.
‘The Child I Lost’ by Nkasiobi Mbonu is a poem that explores what I could do differently or longer if I were a child again, maybe my father would still be alive and, I wouldn’t have to deal with traumas.
The poem details the inception of failure, from the heart coinciding with thoughts, thereby having effective effects in the future.
This poem is an anthem for Nigeria. It is a poem of optimism.
In my head is written as a commemoration for everything I miss.
A note on a dying bed on the darkest night. If this was your last hour, what would it be?