mark nwagwu

Rookie - 6 Points (17 May,1937 / Obetiti Nguru Nigeria)

mark nwagwu Poems

1. This Land 11/29/2007
2. Rough Diamond 12/5/2007
3. Lift The Glass To Your Lips 1/2/2008
4. Poetry To Rosary 2/2/2008
5. To Hear Genius 2/8/2008
6. Touching You 2/8/2008
7. Philosophy 2/11/2008
8. Palm Of My Birth 2/11/2008
9. Remember 1/30/2008
10. Horn For Tankers 2/26/2008
11. Riding On A Donkey 3/16/2008
12. When I Left Home 3/17/2008
13. Is My Body Your Playfield 3/24/2008
14. What Is It You'Re Saying 3/26/2008
15. Was There Ever A Fire 4/11/2008
16. Love In Reverse Gear 4/16/2008
17. Please, Let Me In 4/21/2008
18. Your Laughter Untwists My Legs 4/21/2008
19. I Knew Her 4/3/2008
20. What Sort Of Man 5/4/2008
21. May I Wear You, Please 5/9/2008
22. Word-Robed Skeletons 6/23/2008
23. Obama Skies 6/23/2008
24. Martyrdom 6/26/2008
25. I'M But A Donkey 8/20/2008
26. Where Did You Find Me 9/4/2008
27. In Love Cocooned 9/26/2008
28. Travelling With You 10/9/2008
29. Will You Marry Me 10/14/2008
30. Owl Of Minerva 11/2/2008
31. Obama Morning 11/7/2008
32. Meetings 11/8/2008
33. True Beauty Is 1/31/2009
34. Worse Makes Better 8/27/2010
35. In The Streams Of Your Eyes 11/17/2010
36. Our Own Emmanuel 12/23/2010
37. And Children Of Hope 10/28/2011
38. All Saints Day Looking At Your Picture 11/1/2011
39. Salty Pain 11/2/2011
40. ***at Twenty Feet*** 5/14/2012

Comments about mark nwagwu

  • Shimon Weinroth (11/2/2008 5:54:00 PM)

    change that Hegelian philosophical concept with the ever moving process, is
    treated on the cosmic and personal; level, with profound and poignant understanding,10

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Best Poem of mark nwagwu

Enter The Poem

Come in enter the poem
why stand there like an iceberg out of sorts
in the tropics dripping noise baked
in fiery waters.

Come in enter the poem
lyrical veins of solemn silence
balls of verbs rolled into joy
subjects at the sharpened fore
fill your past tensed famished soul
on buffets of adverbial gourmet

Come in enter the poem
peace reigns in restful phloem
rhyming tendrils comb your hair
adjectives in starchy flair
sweet the smell of inflorescence
atop the noun of lofty essence

Come in enter the poem
live in ...

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Song To Soul

Am I flesh and blood
My eyes see
what do they see
what do they convey to my mind
And mind to eyes

To see beyond what lies before me
That great Meaning
possesses me

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