Chime Justice Ndubuisi

Rookie - 0 Points (20-11-1984 / Onitsha, Anambra State)

Chime Justice Ndubuisi Poems

1. My Woman Ii 3/13/2012
2. My Woman I 3/13/2012
3. The Words 3/13/2012
4. Retrieved Poetry 3/13/2012
5. I Stood 3/13/2012
6. Illuminate 3/13/2012
7. The World 3/13/2012
8. The Rhyme Of Our Time 3/13/2012
9. Resurrection 3/13/2012
10. My Woman Iv 4/4/2012
11. My Woman V 4/4/2012
12. My Woman Vii 5/8/2012
13. Blood Of A Virgin Brother I 5/8/2012
14. The Crystal River 5/13/2012
15. My Woman Iii 5/13/2012
16. Crime And Punishment 5/17/2012
17. I Shot My Eyes Through The Orbit 5/17/2012
18. Eternal Life 5/17/2012
19. Sad Poetry 5/17/2012
20. Epiphany 5/17/2012
21. What If? 5/31/2012
22. My Woman Vi 6/4/2012
23. My Imaginary Star 6/6/2012
24. I Do Not Understand 6/6/2012
25. I Have Lost My Mind! 6/17/2012
26. Lacryma Christi (Tears Of Christ) 6/21/2012
27. Ode To Love 7/2/2012
28. Naked Truth 7/8/2012
29. Lonely Dreams 7/8/2012
30. Shades Of Grey 7/10/2012
31. 20th November 11/20/2012
32. If All Things Were Made 12/10/2012
33. The Lost Soul Of The World 12/15/2012
34. Conquering Fate 12/18/2012
35. Chime, J?Stis Nd?B?Isi 12/29/2012
36. A Sign On The Cemetary Gate 2/19/2013
37. My Woman Ix: On Her Voice 4/1/2013
38. Epitaphion: On The Death Of Death 4/12/2013
39. Leo Ejesu: On Your Birthday 2013 1/29/2014
40. Dream, The 2/27/2014
Best Poem of Chime Justice Ndubuisi

As Long As The Earth Exists

As long as the earth exists
men are the eternal victims
is there sense in it?
To let son fight the giant
the father could not defeat
to let life go on just like that?
We've waited for so long a time
and we are still waiting upon hope
and till the last moment, every housefly
Is a bee! We've been bitten repeatedly
We've been soaked in this misery
and till the last moment, every housefly
Is a bee! Every goose is a swan!
Until the very last moment, till then,
we'll ...

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The Words

What time of the day it is
Is probably improbable
Except that like some ancient walls
We fall and crumble 'gbiim' belly-wise!
The sun that rose over us
In the morning is now casting only shadows
Filling each moment with loneliness
While we await the dawn with unsung songs
And the only words we could hear

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