George Egba

Veteran Poet - 1,228 Points [Eyang]

George Egba Poems

1. Face To Face 9/22/2013
2. Abode 9/23/2013
3. No More River 9/24/2013
4. Sovereignty Of Psalms 1/25/2014
5. A Shock Return With Me 1/25/2014
6. To Faith 1/26/2014
7. Misery Of The Mind 1/27/2014
8. Sudden Call 2/1/2014
9. Ice For Eyes 2/3/2014
10. Merchants Home 2/9/2014
11. Grave Yard Mines 2/11/2014
12. By My Dream 2/12/2014
13. The Wood Keeper 2/12/2014
14. Cool Envy 2/16/2014
15. A Minute To Bangkok 2/19/2014
16. Flowers Fountain 2/22/2014
17. Through The Wind 2/25/2014
18. A Reply 3/18/2014
19. Mid-Night World 4/1/2014
20. Dying Rose 4/3/2014
21. Too Late Soon 4/3/2014
22. Leaving After Love 4/22/2014
23. Hold Back Your Peals 4/28/2014
24. Out To Play 5/4/2014
25. Thunder Bolt 5/8/2014
26. Winters Feast 5/8/2014
27. Belive 5/10/2014
28. Zeal And End 5/24/2014
29. Woman For Me 6/6/2014
30. Growing With Histoey 6/11/2014
31. Luster Lost 9/22/2013
32. Freedom 6/17/2014
33. The Soul Brothers Death 7/5/2014
34. Life 7/14/2014
35. Down Side Stream 7/14/2014
36. My Lonely Guide 7/14/2014
37. My Bosses Office 7/15/2014
38. Visitors 7/15/2014
39. Year's Of Tempest 7/16/2014
40. Rest Atlass 8/6/2014
Best Poem of George Egba

The Sower And The Seed

To the field to the field
While it rained sowing till there's yield
Unto toil and our seed
Giving all as the earth has need
In the rain where we plow the ground
Deep our seed down the mud
Still from our sight it is lost
To all cares of life till it bust
On the skies we shall hope
That the sun and rain and crops
Down on the earth our seed
Laid buried down indeed
Yes some sprank back unto the world
With two breakthrough hold
Than we watch through the days
From steps to steps then to hay
Back to the field when harvest is come
From long ...

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Face To Face

Face to face
Says the era come with me
Out of love your journey take a silent phase
Appease a moment of toil say good bye
Before your own maker face to face
Here is dawn with blinded eyes
When boring toil cease
Like a judge rest your case
Slowly the stranger cease you with ease

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