James Ogunjimi

Rookie - 104 Points [Hullerj] (Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, Nigeria)

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James Ogunjimi is a Nigerian born in Ago-Iwoye town of Ogun State. A poet, social crusader, apostle of change, Industrial Chemist, freelance journalist and revolutionary activist. more »

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  • Bronze Star - 2,742 Points Margaret O Driscoll (6/1/2015 3:59:00 AM)

    A fresh and refreshing voice for peace and justice, using memorable quotes in poems such as ' chained tongues, imprisoned minds', interesting poet full of vivid expression, well done!

  • Bronze Star - 2,742 Points Margaret O Driscoll (6/1/2015 3:42:00 AM)

    Inspiring passionate poet!

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Best Poem of James Ogunjimi

Don'T Tell Me We'Re Free

Don't judge us by the Smiling faces
And conclude we are happy.
Don't use as examples just a few cases
And say it's reality.
For Smiling faces do not mean the same as happy people,
Neither does smooth talk translate to goodwill.

Don't see the big cars we drive
And conclude we are rich.
Don't look at the clothes we have
And call us the real deal.
For big cars do not mean the same as rich men,
Neither does big clothes translate to big men.

Don't look at us 'going places'
And conclude we can soar.
Don't look at us like cheetahs running in ...

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