ali chukwuemeka Poems
|2.||Jehovah The Greatest||11/6/2012|
|3.||Trouser.A Yes Or No For African Females||2/4/2013|
|4.||A Lover-Boy Agony||2/9/2013|
|5.||The Good Old Days||2/10/2013|
|6.||Death, For Everyone||2/11/2013|
|7.||Grave, A Home For All||2/12/2013|
|8.||The Destructive Three||2/13/2013|
|9.||Words Said Behind, Distractions They Are||2/14/2013|
|13.||Nigeria At Forty Nine||11/1/2012|
|14.||Life In High School||11/1/2012|
|15.||Love At Last||9/20/2013|
|17.||I Hail Thee, Ngboejeogu!||3/1/2014|
|18.||Pen And Paper||8/23/2014|
|20.||Four, Four, Two||2/17/2013|
|21.||The Power Holders||8/23/2014|
The Power Holders
Spending a night in darkness
Is never a man's wish,
But a compelled plot amongst options,
Presented in our leader's corruption dish.
All light bulbs refuse to glow.
In the absence of electricity,
Darkness seems to be in a row,
Having his grip on one's soul with great tenacity.
The power holding company of nigeria,
Has proven to be what their name suggests they were,
Denying nigerians a craving sate of euphoria,
Which we all long in our souls to see.
Technology has indeed provided us an alternative,
Emancipating us from the grip of the ...
Nigeria At Forty Nine
Once upon a time
Nigeria became forty nine
I felt pity in my mind
As she was being pushed all around
Her cakes which are meant to be shared around
Are kept by big guns seen around
The less privileged get less of her cake
The more privileged gets more of her cake