Kelvin Owusu

(15-10-1988 / Ghana)

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  • Brian Markey (11/5/2012 5:56:00 AM)

    Hi Kelvin,
    A very deep emotional rollercoaster of a poem heading everly downwards, trust in yourself first and foremost and you will never be deceived by another lie in your life, onwards and upwards is where you are now heading, keep the words flowing.
    Good Luck and God speed,

    Bri Mar

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  • Gwenevere Cornwell (9/24/2012 5:46:00 PM)

    Kelvi Owusu is one of my favourite poets in the world. He is articulate, and full of life. He is honest, and he doesn't know his worth. Kelvin is an amzing poet, whose passion shines through his words. He lives through words and allows his soul to be bare to his readers. It seems tht the window into his soul is not his eyes, but his mind, and his writing. I truly love him. G

  • Ellias Anderson (9/13/2012 1:40:00 AM)

    Poems those Dear Kelvin write are full of emotional and truth. the unique paradoxes and the great comparing between the subjects is so great and nice. you have a nice creative mind dear Kelvin. You use your mind in the nice way.
    Best wishes.

  • Gwenevere Cornwell (8/31/2012 11:45:00 AM)

    I love how unique your poetry is, and the different take in several perspectives. I enjoy that your poetry tells a definite story, and virtually give an inner portal to your thoughts and viewpoints, as well as into different things that people don't think about.

  • Trina French (8/30/2012 4:21:00 PM)

    Great poems! They have a unique edge of flair to them.

  • Will Cunningham (8/10/2012 3:39:00 AM)

    This poem was really good i enjoyed reading it and i hope i'll be able to read more!

Dug My Fate

I've been looking in the past for so long
that I can't even recognize the present
don't even have an understanding of what the future may hold
I'm a lost man with no hints of being found
maybe if I cry, maybe if I scream loud enough
maybe I'll be heard, maybe
or maybe, just maybe it's already too late
already had my grave dug for me
six feet, damn that's deep

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