Josef Ogbonna


Josef Ogbonna Quotes

  • ''There are perhaps billions of gazes in the world. But only one can have the magnetic gaze of love.''
    Love at first sight.
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  • ''The failure to acknowledge your fears and weaknesses is nothing more than feigned courage.''
    Being sincere about your fears
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  • ''The dearth of faith or religion is the death of existence. Because our existence must revolve around faith.''
    The essence of faith.
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  • ''Lust and infatuation are ephemeral. Only love can stand the test of an entire lifetime.''
    Love
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  • ''Let him who wields so much power allow sobriety to order the governance of his heart.''
    Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Thus the need for checks and balances.
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  • ''Its only a foolish man that doesn't plan for death. And more foolish if he fails to plan for the after life.''
    Teach me to number my days
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  • ''If you fail to be realistic, reality will take you unawares.''
    The need to be realistic
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  • ''Hate is a crime against the vertical and horizontal realms of divinity and humanity. Whilst profanity is exclusive to divinity.''
    Crimes against God and humanity.
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  • ''Every man ought always to be sober, because all men are destined finally for the soil.''
    Life is nothing
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  • ''At life's twilight, gold and silver do not matter.''
    Vanity of amassing wealth
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Best Poem of Josef Ogbonna

Christmas In War-Torn Africa

I woke up early on a Christmas morn.
Gladly waiting for Santa before dawn.
Looking through blinds in anxiety I'd torn,
I'd hoped to see him approaching my lawn,
in costumes in previous years he had worn.
But in disguise he came with a French horn,
playing elegies of demons unborn.
Wheat, barley, oats, rice and grains of sweet corn
filled his socks for a land which was war-torn.
I'd thought the usual Santa would return.
But a different Santa came to fore-warn
me of a nagging menace that had drawn
my nation to the brink, and seeks to drown
her in a ...

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Adieu Felicia Enato

Good Morning Grandma.
It really was a hitch free journey
between a tumultuous earth,
and a refreshing dawn
in a glamorous
celestial city.
Conveyed in honour,
on eternity's ship,
in the midst of a flotilla,

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