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Freewill Amon

(18th Sept 1987)

Biography of Freewill Amon

I's born and raised in Africa, Nigeria precisely, the third in a family of five.5.9 inch tall and a diploma holder (OND) from a polytechnic school in my country.

I's verbally abused by my folks, especially my mum. My growing up was perfect as a kid but miserable and lonely since my teenage years due to a health problem I got at the age of 14 called Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. I'm born again, though not finding Life In Christ smooth, as some people might make you think-but it's the biggest thing in my life.

My poems are the data-base of my inner-most feelings and expression of my ideas and opinions. Just like music, they're my door to happiness and window out of pain-no matter how heavy I might feel about a problem, I feel so free when I lay it down on a paper. Writting poems is more like a fortress in a barren land; it is taking a refuge.

Have fun as you read my poems. It's ok to react in any way they make you do. I welcome your comments.

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Please don't tell me your usual stories
I'm only interested in what you feel
We can talk about our worries
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I know I have a family
But I don't want to talk about them
My heart is beating heavily

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