akachukwu chukwuemeka ( akabeks)

Rookie - 72 Points (23/06/1971 / Mgbowo, Enugu State, Nigeria.)

akachukwu chukwuemeka ( akabeks) Poems

1. Where We Stand 7/23/2009
2. They Remembered D. 7/26/2009
3. Love Wish 7/26/2009
4. Fantasy 7/28/2009
5. Lost With Innocence 7/29/2009
6. Patience 7/31/2009
7. Dishonorable Dance 8/3/2009
8. My Bleeding Pen 8/8/2009
9. Where I Live 8/17/2009
10. The Nigerian Hope 8/18/2009
11. Invincible Companion 8/20/2009
12. Unforgettable Rhythm 8/21/2009
13. Slumdogs 8/22/2009
14. Identity 8/23/2009
15. Mccain And The Hurricane 8/24/2009
16. Miss Onovo 8/25/2009
17. Circle Of Life 8/31/2009
18. Questions! 9/5/2009
19. Personal Reflections 9/6/2009
20. Chasing Cockroaches 9/7/2009
21. Refuse 9/9/2009
22. Laurent Kabila 9/13/2009
23. Loneliness 9/17/2009
24. My Neighbour 10/6/2009
25. Unknown 10/18/2009
26. Here Nor There 10/19/2009
27. Eye Sea Visions 10/24/2009
28. Wish 10/26/2009
29. Traffic Jam 11/2/2009
30. The African Child. 11/9/2009
31. Wandering Woman 3/19/2011
32. Invitation 12/28/2009
33. Song Of A Rising Sun 1/25/2012
34. My Country Is A Jungle 1/25/2012
35. Our Biafra, Our Bitterness 1/25/2012
36. Olympic Games 2/5/2012
37. When Am Useless 2/5/2012
38. Hunted Villa 9/18/2012
39. Royal Blood Boiling 10/24/2012
40. Dog Zone 10/24/2012
Best Poem of akachukwu chukwuemeka ( akabeks)

The Nigeria Meltdown

Bloomingly gloomy,
The soul is moody,
The cloud has gathered,
Thick and threatening…
The wind is dressed in a Katrina garment,
The ocean dance a Tsunamized rhythm,
Yet, the people only fold their hands and watch,
And talk, and does nothing…

If the Rain maker commands the wind,
Calm or fierce,
The ocean will rest, the cloud will clear,
And the people will clap their hands and laugh, and
Praise divine intervention.
But, the Rain maker is sick, and
They rumoured it terminal.

© 2009

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Betrayed.

It was a Good Friday,
The day eye met you.
In a dusty, harmattan ridden, exam malpracticing class.
Eye became the invigilator
And you,
The candidate of a destiny disowned.

Exam gone like you are today,
We opened that barrel of naivety

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