Emmanuel Oduro Poems
|41.||Childern Will Be Children -new-||8/16/2017|
|42.||Tribute To Somebody||7/25/2013|
|43.||I Will Win||7/25/2013|
|44.||The Road Called Life||9/5/2014|
|47.||It Is Not Over||7/25/2013|
|50.||Destiny In Your Own Hands||1/23/2012|
|51.||To Be Just Like Jesus||5/26/2012|
|53.||Experience, The Best Teacher||1/23/2012|
|54.||You Did It, Africa||1/15/2012|
|55.||The Refugees's Plight||7/25/2013|
|56.||How Foolish We Were||1/9/2012|
|57.||You Really Used Me||12/4/2012|
|58.||Do Your Very Best||3/28/2012|
|60.||My Ideal Man||4/30/2012|
My Ideal Man
A man of 360 degrees personality.
A man of many colours.
A man of many souls,
Suited for every single season,
Tailored for a fair number of tasks.
He is my ideal man.
It is not his outward beauty,
But his devastating internal brilliance.
A man of amazing aspiration,
Who issues incredible inspiration.
You are my ideal man.
A man like a magnet,
Drawing into his fold and bosom,
All panaches of people,
‘Cos he commands remarkable respect,
And radiates astonishing admiration.
That is my ideal man.
A man like Solomon, ...
The struggle has been fierce
Its aftermath evokes tears
But one thing is crystal clear
Quenching the fire the only thing, right
That will ensure our future, bright
Reconciliation, our arbiter must be
We all deemed the struggle a just fight
You were fighting for your right