Emmanuel Oduro


Emmanuel Oduro Poems

1. Congratulations 1/9/2012
2. If I Were A Student 1/9/2012
3. You Are A Hero 1/9/2012
4. We Made It Happen. 1/15/2012
5. I Chose To Become A Star 1/15/2012
6. Beyond Doubt He Is Alive 1/15/2012
7. He Is Always There For Me 1/15/2012
8. Holy Spirit Divine Descend 1/15/2012
9. No Tears For You 1/23/2012
10. Reconciliation 1/9/2012
11. Who Are You? 2/8/2012
12. Ignorance 2/27/2012
13. Opportunity 2/27/2012
14. War 2/27/2012
15. Recreate The World 2/27/2012
16. You Can Also Do It 2/27/2012
17. Time 3/22/2012
18. Scapegoatism 3/28/2012
19. What An Astounding World! 9/5/2012
20. Don'T Be Like The Others 11/19/2012
21. Godly Giving 11/19/2012
22. Life 12/4/2012
23. All In The Name Of Love 12/4/2012
24. Christ Is More Than Enough 12/6/2012
25. My Jesus Is Good 12/6/2012
26. Tribute To Somebody 7/25/2013
27. I Will Win 7/25/2013
28. The Road Called Life 9/5/2014
29. The Refugees's Plight 7/25/2013
30. Friends 2/8/2012
31. He Can Lift Me Up 3/22/2012
32. Giving 9/4/2012
33. It Is Not Over 7/25/2013
34. Truth 2/8/2012
35. True Love 2/8/2012
36. Destiny In Your Own Hands 1/23/2012
37. To Be Just Like Jesus 5/26/2012
38. You Did It, Africa 1/15/2012
39. My Ideal Man 4/30/2012
40. How Foolish We Were 1/9/2012
Best Poem of Emmanuel Oduro

Do Your Very Best

In everything
At every time
At everywhere
Just do your very best.
The very best you can.

This means going that extra mile
Putting in exciting efforts with a smile
Tackling all tasks as if, at stake, is one's life
Confronting all chores with compelling commitment
That is doing the very best you can.

Doing your best is a duty
To your self it is a calling
To your family that is a passion
But more importantly,
To God that is an obligation
His ways and deeds are perfect
And He demands, of you, nothing less

Doing your best
Satisfies...

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Reconciliation

The struggle has been fierce
Its aftermath evokes tears
But one thing is crystal clear
Quenching the fire the only thing, right
That will ensure our future, bright
Reconciliation, our arbiter must be

We all deemed the struggle a just fight
You were fighting for your right

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