Joshua Akinwande

Rookie - 56 Points (Rock City)

Joshua Akinwande Poems

1. Champion Of Our Time 8/18/2011
2. Away From Home 8/18/2011
3. Always A Champion 8/18/2011
4. Set Me Free 8/19/2011
5. Above The Cloud 8/20/2011
6. A Night At Onitsha 8/20/2011
7. Friend On The Flight 8/20/2011
8. Beauty In The Eyes Of The Beholder 8/21/2011
9. Right To Love 8/30/2011
10. Diamond 11/9/2011
11. The Impression Left By Love 11/11/2011
12. Love Didactics 12/1/2011
13. Yesterday Is Gone... 3/29/2012
14. Biting Cold 3/29/2012
15. Friend In You 8/21/2011
16. Proudly African 8/21/2011
17. Rising With The Glory Of The Sun 8/22/2011
18. Superman 8/22/2011
19. Song Of Democracy 8/22/2011
20. Rainfall; The Earth Answered Prayer 8/25/2011
21. He Is Risen... 4/9/2012
22. I Will Call You Names 11/18/2015
23. Need You To Be You 11/18/2015
24. Dear Mother 8/22/2011
25. Oh Beautiful Sunday Morning 3/29/2012
26. 'Day And Night 3/31/2012
27. Clemency 8/21/2011
28. Dear Jewel 3/9/2015
29. Agricultural Love 8/25/2011
30. More Than Gold 8/19/2011
31. A World Without Women (Www) 8/19/2011
Best Poem of Joshua Akinwande

A World Without Women (Www)

Have you ever imagined the world we live without women?
It's like a lung without some oxygen, agonizing and inevitably dead,
A face never with a smile, boring and unfriendly.
A cup of tea without some grains of sugar, bitter and foul,
A well designed pool without some water, empty and dry,
A long ride on a bad untarred road, rough and uninteresting,
The earth without some drops of rain, an inescapable famine,


But how come with the great number of women on planet earth
We still live to cry as a reggae legend sang 'no woman no cry'?
It is because they ...

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Away From Home

(Journey to the East – Youth Service at Enugu State)

Here I am very cold
Lying by a lantern to warm up
Resting on a mat-like mattress that can only accommodate me
Right inside my apartment, a red –brick house
With a wooden window that stop nothing except itself
Everything passes through it without any restrain
A wooden door that stops no one from coming in

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