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PEACE IN NIGERIA

The labor of our heroes past shall never be in vain. Their labor was to build a nation where Peace and Justice shall reign. These are the lines from our National Anthem. But with the way things are going, It looks we've failed our heroes…
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Find Love (3)

When the people who sing melodies of love into your ears become the people who make dirges from memories of you, be still. When the people who lock hands with yours and throw the keys in the bottom of their hearts become the very ones…
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ELECTION VIOLENCE

He sits at home dictating what you should do. His children abroad, away from the fire. Yet you pick up your gun and fight one another. In the end, you face the consequences And he's safe at home, fulfilled in his desire. His children…
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Find JOY (2)

When it seems like your life is interwoven with misery and the hope of good living a mystery, be still. Miseries are mere China plates. When your heart becomes a lump of burning coal, Or worse a fiery furnace, don't fret! Don't you…
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HATE SPEECH

Speak the truth at all time. We will decide who holds the mantle. Leading us to the promised Land, With love and never with HATE. They tell you what they want you to hear. You spread the news without verifying. Breeding hate inside of…
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Find you (1)

When the picture of you becomes a blur to you, do not fret. Your photographer is standing across from you waiting for you to focus on his lens and stand still. Be still. Let your nostrils consume the portion of air that was meant for…
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VOICES (A DUET)

Time has long past since you left, There's no doubt of my heart aching. Moments of us are all that's left, So I thought, till these voices came to me. Harrison Micheal Why bring the past of the forgotten grave we shared When we know the…
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I love you. A 3 lines poem to her.

I love you ---------------- 1. If I had money, I'd have you. 2. You'd still be married, but wouldn't have left. 3. If I had money, you'd have believed this poem's title. But now, money is all I have left. Cirphrank
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I MET A LADY

People say Love's but a fallacy, I never took them seriously though Cos I could hear Love's call But whenever I called back, it was placed on hold. And for so long it was, Until I met this lady. At first, I wasn't sure, But then "Trust…
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MY PASTOR IMPREGNATED ME

I grew up in a polygamous home. My Dad had two other wives that lived in other parts of the country. I was the first child of my mum, I had five other siblings. I had just one brother who was the last child. We lived in a two-room apartment…