Treasure Island

Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu

(16 January 1968 / Umuahia, Nigeria)

Poems of Nkwachukwu Ogbuagu

1. A Painter's Work 10/19/2010
2. A Poem for Gerwine 11/12/2012
3. A Threnody for Obi 2/26/2013
4. Africa 8/11/2012
5. Along the Line 10/9/2010
6. And the Shrines Came Crumbling! 12/22/2013
7. Anuruedoahu 1/24/2014
8. Ashes 11/5/2010
9. At a Crossroads 11/3/2010
10. At the Cathedral 1/24/2014
11. Autumn 9/18/2012
12. Black Voices 9/6/2014
13. Breaking News 10/4/2010
14. Careless Moments 6/10/2012
15. Celebrating Wild Dance 12/25/2013
16. Collected Dirges 8/10/2012
17. Conception 8/11/2012
18. Confessions 11/8/2010
19. Confrontations 11/8/2010
20. Consolidated Ashes 11/23/2013

Dark Horse

Dark horse whines silently and alone
When the festered face of the moon
Leers at bulbous trees under.
Darkness comes forth with tholes he
Lives with, as festal drumming yonder
Celebrates the fickleness of weak champions.
Even trollops reign in circuses of wide-coloured
Buntings, for drunken celebrations only.
Dark horse rests on a settle, descrying the

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