Chinweokwu Sunlight M. Ndubuisih

Veteran Poet - 1,888 Points (10th January,1987 / Enugu State)

Chinweokwu Sunlight M. Ndubuisih Poems

41. Eight Months In Cold Blood 12/30/2015
42. As The Day Passes On, We Cry 2/3/2016
43. Gossip Me Well 2/8/2016
44. Search For Understanding 2/9/2016
45. I May Die And Not My Ink 2/15/2016
46. My Story 2/16/2016
47. Biafra In Custody Of Nigeria 2/17/2016
48. My Eyes 4/6/2016
49. A Poet With No Boundary 4/6/2016
50. Wakeup Brotherman 8/3/2016
51. Make The Youth Great 9/7/2016
52. What A Shame 10/5/2016
53. Our Problem Dare Life 10/5/2016
54. Power Hide Me In Your Umbrella 4/8/2017
55. After Six Years Of Your Death 4/10/2017
56. The Nigerian Workers 5/4/2017
57. The Heart Of Change 5/4/2017
58. Nasarawa State 5/12/2017
59. Live To Thank God 5/16/2017
60. An Ode To Buhari 6/15/2017
61. Enemies Surrounding Me 8/17/2017
62. The Tree Of Injustice 8/17/2017
63. The Sacrificial Nnamdi Kanu 9/6/2017
64. So Tired Of Life 9/8/2017
65. Yahweh, My Father 9/8/2017
66. Come, Let Us Go 9/10/2017
67. Goodbye Angels 5/6/2018
68. Day 7/30/2013
69. 'What Do We Think'? 7/30/2013
70. 'I Dreamt A Great Dream' 6/13/2013
71. 'The Supreme Ghost' 7/30/2013
72. Fire For Fire I Requited 8/1/2013
73. Leaders Of Our State 8/23/2013
74. Mind The Way You Like Me 9/1/2013
75. It Is Well 9/1/2013
76. Forgive And Stire Away 9/3/2013
77. I Sing Melodies To God 9/14/2013
78. You Tree Of Death I Lo! ! 10/3/2013
79. I Was The Voice Of Peace That Came Down! 10/5/2013
80. An Apologetic Solo Of The Innocent 10/7/2013

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Best Poem of Chinweokwu Sunlight M. Ndubuisih

Singing In Isolation

Singing in Isolation
Beautiful songs
From a toiled heart
Bathed in hot fluid
Crystallizing the heart
In torrent rearing tears
Wind-blowing the whistle
Of solitary waged in fear
The songs are watery to the hearing
An extreme juicy ashes of dread
Still singing in Isolation song of agony.

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Goodbye Angels

Dear beloved,
Beyond the toast of my hands,
Went the fabric of my heart;
Desiring to have you still with me

This a space sooner made,
Fastly invoking to part,
Way way deep far-off;
From tenderly tender beginning,

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