Augustine Yirideme

Augustine Yirideme Poems

1. Tickling Me 1/10/2013
2. Let Them 1/17/2014
3. Ghana@57 3/14/2014
4. In This Plantation 4/5/2014
5. A Thin Line 7/27/2014
6. A New Day Dawns 3/5/2016
7. In Eden 6/4/2016
8. And Sarah Laughed 6/15/2016
9. When A Pebble Dropped In Ghana's Eye 7/26/2016
10. A Certain Uncertain Certainty 7/23/2014
11. Treasure 7/12/2013
12. Fire Me Up! 11/20/2013
13. Where Feet Fail 3/31/2015
14. But I Am....... 11/7/2012
15. December 7th 2012 12/7/2012
16. Let It Pass 8/27/2016
17. In Praise Of The Most High 11/25/2013
18. Harmattan! 12/3/2011

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From the horizon of the scorching Sahara
With blinding dust, to the arid Savannah,
Across Paga, Poyentanga and Gambaga,
Through Kokoligu, Pwalugu and Bunkpurugu;
Your sound rumbling and rippling.

Your impact at night sweetly tickling;
At noon your force painfully cracking, blinding, wrinkling.
Trees, branches here and there swinging, dangling,
Leaves helplessly withering and falling.
The crow, the mantis and their neighbours, to-and-fro flying, chirping,

Announcing the dawn of the Yuletide,
One that brings joy we cannot hide
Bells everywhere ...

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Up and above, the blue sky
All around butterflies fly
You ain't got no reason not to smile
Even if you've got to make another mile

Down pours the rain in its season
The rivers flow past to their destination
The sea swells with delight
The streets yell even without light

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