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Author - Joy Okwori

Poems about Nigerian culture

Nigeria, Our Father’s Land (Poem)

Hunger in the deepest parts of their stomach with a pain in their heart, did the people sing? One nation bound in freedom Peace and unity they sang more like a plea, it was Oh the national anthem To serve my...

A Coal Among Diamonds (Poem)

 I will dine with        my thoughts. I will           find happiness in my          imaginations. I will find         peace in the quietness of          my room. Among candles         that are standing straight,      ...

Dear Mother (Poem)

Once in a room, suffered you in pain. My time in your womb has come to an end. Oh the screams, as you cry out in pain unimaginable. In nine months, a part of you I was. Living both mother and child as one. What love you...

Poems For Single Moms

The Fallen Crown (Poem)

What lies told he to you? your mind, he has played with and your dreams, to an end he he brings it. Dreams that the light of day, would have seen. The world promised him to you. The love he professed, calling you sweet...

Broken (Poem)

You never really know, what you did mean to me I close my eyes to the pain You made me feel, but it’s there, eating me up. I try not to blink or close my eyes tight enough, for a tear may drop and lead to the flow...

Betrayal (Poem)

Like a farmers seed in a bad soil, so my trust I placed in the wrong hands. We did walk together Yes, on lonely roads, we told sweet secrets and danced to the music we imagined. I smiled at you and you smiled back. A...

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