Valentine Mbagu

Rookie - 117 Points (April- 26th- 1994 / Onitsha, Anambra State, Nigeria.)

Impossibility Is Nothing


In a life of struggle and feeble mind,
there lives a heart where impossibility is nothing.

In a jungle of justice for justice and equity,
there a brave heart groomed in fears abides and dines to doom the impossibility of life.

In a heart where life seems so tough to pass through,
there a warrior rooted and rugged drinks the agony of life.

In the adventure of life a brave entity lays down it's life to en grave the hearts of men,
that they that behold may run that hear and see his heart.

In a heart lived a vision where possibility is tamed the warriors heart,
and impossibility is dined with as food and water.

In a land where impossibility is nothing,
there will l dine and drink the cup of impossibility to possibility.

Submitted: Saturday, October 26, 2013
Edited: Sunday, August 10, 2014
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This poem is dedicated to the Spear Tribes in Gulder Ultimate Search, it is specially composed for the Spear Tribes.

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