FREEDOM by Stanley Egeonu

FREEDOM by Stanley Egeonu

Oh little singing bird in chain So cute in black but heart in pain Your tears forms a flowing Nile And your tone a melodious rhyme I’d love to tour with your wings Above heaven like the angel wings Lift the shores deep your heart With the tiny spark of my light When the skies… Continue reading FREEDOM by Stanley Egeonu

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LULLABY by Stanley Egeonu

By and by you lit up my world Rock my sky and scare the numb Brighten my cloud like the sunset With the dazzling sparkles in your eyes When I’m down your gem holds Your energies sent from above Cute diamond of night bliss In your bones rest my lost ribs A moment without you… Continue reading LULLABY by Stanley Egeonu

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ROSA by Stanley Egeonu

Rose from shrub of Genus Wrought by Venus Alluring Rosa Worth basketful of pizza Rosa your smile is an ocean Curves hypes emotion Where sepals and petals goes Your wit and perfume connotes Rosa patient endureth in you Pride you besiege from youth Peace through conception And innocence in perception Like the fountain you sprung… Continue reading ROSA by Stanley Egeonu

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THE POETRY OF A BROKEN STREET IV by Stanley Princewill McDaniels

so i sit here within forlorn walls drowning myself in a brown bottle of blue whiskey if you could see me, Treasure, you’d see a broken titanic sinking in my eyes if you could see me, Treasure, you’d see the holes on the walls of my heart where i once nailed your picture to if… Continue reading THE POETRY OF A BROKEN STREET IV by Stanley Princewill McDaniels

A TREE SPEAKS OF BOKO HARAM: by Stanley Princewill McDaniels

There’s an insatiable thirst to kill in these men! Though I have been condemned to remain planted in the earth now dank from smeared blood, I spread my arms and its leaves to shelter killers and kills. These decades have been my gallows of fear and terror. The black sun brightens our gloomy days and… Continue reading A TREE SPEAKS OF BOKO HARAM: by Stanley Princewill McDaniels