Ingibo Benson

Rookie (6th november,1993 / Nigeria)

Ingibo Benson Poems

1. A Poem Just For You 6/19/2009
2. Poem Hunters 6/19/2009
3. A Refuge 6/19/2009
4. The Potter's House 6/13/2011
5. Natures Design. 9/15/2009
6. An Epitome Of Dignity 6/18/2009
7. Poverty And Wealth 6/20/2009
8. Song Of Painful Plea 1 6/13/2011
9. My Mother 2 6/13/2011
10. Forgive Lord. 6/20/2009
11. Beautiful Flowers 6/20/2009
12. I Just Can'T Wait 6/22/2009
13. My Mother 6/30/2009
14. Birds Of The Air 6/18/2009
15. The Sun 6/19/2009
16. Body Confession 6/19/2009
17. Cruel World 6/19/2009
18. Fate Changes 6/19/2009
19. Phase Of Life 6/19/2009
20. A Song I Sing 6/19/2009
21. Learning A Way Of Growing. 6/20/2009
22. A Beautiful Sight. 6/20/2009
23. No Place Like Home. 6/20/2009
24. What I Love. 6/20/2009
25. World Aids Day 12/1/2009
26. Happy Birth Day 6/18/2009
27. A Song Of Praise 6/18/2009
28. Haiku 8/27/2011
29. It Shall Be Well With You 8/27/2011
30. Ravished By Her Guardian 8/27/2011
31. Television Is A Catalyst 8/27/2011
32. My Song Of Painful Plea 6/13/2011
33. With Hope No Dope, Nope 6/14/2011
34. I Have Sinned 6/14/2011
35. We Wish It Isn'T True 6/14/2011
36. The Song I Heard 6/15/2011
37. Docile Ghost 6/15/2011
38. God Is Not Insane 6/15/2011
39. You Are My Dream Fulfilled 6/15/2011
40. What We Shared. 6/16/2011
Best Poem of Ingibo Benson

A Poem Just For You

A poem just for you,
My special gift to you,
Happy Birthday,
I love to say it again,
For you've been made plus one today,
And wish to say,
I hope your'e fine,
Inner peace and joy,
I wish thee,
Happiness and love,
May you see,
As you count your many gifts,
Know I have given,
A gift to you,
Written with pleasure,
Hope you might treasure,
What you see,
What I have,
I have given thee,
A poem just for you,
My special gift to you.

Dedicated to prince okezie.

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An Epitome Of Dignity

An epitome of dignity,
An african woman,
A virtous woman,
She has shown her self to be,

She fears God,
And teaches her children right,
She worketh willing,
That her children die not for lack,

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