POLY-TICKS

Don’t leave politics for liars and fools Don’t leave to thieves the nation’s purse Else we have to eat their smelly stools When they’ve looted us off-course! Use your thumb Use your voice Don’t be dumb Make some noise Change must come! Written by: Kukogho Iruesiri Samson

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ECHOES

Our silence is mocked By the agony of our lost hopes We are tortured in our trust Left to boil in their promise-pot Our days are drained of smiles We are watered with pensive lies As the future flutters on greedy trees We glide on, in their selfish trip Our...

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THE MASSES’ CRY

Our political leaders, our dictators How can they feel our pain when their children live outside the nation. So many deceitful vows they made to us making us believe they are one of us. They want power to continue in their lineage, Using all allocations to build their personal College....

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WE MUST PRAY

I see the dark clouds overhead. I hear the peals of thunder and they fill me with dread. I am afraid… My bones quiver like an aspen leaf. My strength escapes like a hardened thief. For I fret not at the sound of coming rain. Rather, I sense the coming...

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THE PATRIOT

They won’t be fishing in scanty pond, making it, “a do or die bond” if this greasy lands, was a mere mound. They are the patriots that took your fortunes and hid them beneath desert dunes. They now gallivant with its beautiful plumes. Their swords still bear blood, So does...

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JUNE 12

Truly, ‘twas the freest and fairest As we inked the paper willingly Along with our collective conscience To vote the man Who gave happiness to our hearts The World knew him: From the north to east And from south to west Together we stood Cheering, here and yonder Abiola! We...

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