Chime Justice Ndubuisi
Biography of Chime Justice Ndubuisi
...hails from Udi in Udi Local Government Area, Enugu state. He is a graduate of English and Literary Studies from the renown University of Nigeria Nsukka(UNN) . He is an unrepentant poet and humanist. Some of his poems have appeared in The Muse: a journal of creative and critical writings of the students of Department of English and Literary Studies at UNN; African Eyeball Anthology.
Chime Justice Ndubuisi Poems
As Long As The Earth Exists
As long as the earth exists men are the eternal victims is there sense in it? To let son fight the giant
Two Poems: National Youth Service Corps
High walls, and armed men Issuing out commands; Armed men whose heart are either old or cold. We, like prisoners on white, and
And Blame Myself For The Loss
I do not need the mirror, it's transparent. I do not want the mirror to torture me I look, I see myself and I forget And that is not what I want,
Girl From The Grave
Out of the grave, out of the grove Comes a girl, pretty like daughter of Jove And eyes as innocent as a dove. I wouldn't mind giving you all my love
My Woman Viii
I found my life path Leading straight to your heart. I've never seen one so true!
Sonnet To An Angel I
For this sight I'll eternally be thankful I'm yet to see anyone as beautiful Man, nor woman, yet so sensible. Shall I compare you to a young palm tree?
Sonnet To An Angel Vi
Perhaps I'm demanding too much from you Maybe you've got a better offer somewhere That you take my calls for granted, even you! But mark this: I've tried to escape
Paradise, The Argument
Many among us have argued: If God had destroyed, once a world Filled with crimes, disobedience, anarchy, greed And men of unusual sizes, with a flood,
The Silent God
I know you are there Watching, you that made yourself, Gazing and gazing down here To see what I'd make of myself.
While we labour in pain, Struggling like wounded lion, Let us think again The day we were born.
The Crystal River
Slowly, slowly, slowly the crystal river flow, Moving down the slope of rocks below. The water were warm since harmattan's due And frogs croak as they usually do.
Blood Of A Virgin Brother I
You are a victim of your own One dies for all, not all for one. We learn while we are breathing. Nwanyieke was not peace loving
My Woman Vii
Whenever I'm with you, I feel happy. Whenever you kiss me, I see love, I see love in its entirety! Whenever you touch me, I feel care,
My Woman V
Down in your watery deep I am drowned like a loose ship. Deep in the fire from your eyes Where the rose of beauty burns,
My Woman Ii
Do you remember this place
Oh woman of my youth?
This lone path before the bridge?
I met you here, on this path.
You whose hair is black and long,
And legs straight like a pillar.
You remember when you sang that song?
That made my body and bones shiver!
I looked into your eyes