Expression Eruption: Tafawa Balewa's Death Wish - Poem by Vincent Onyeche
Part of a whole but I'm broken
Torn into three unstable fragments
Incompetent of religious believe.
I had peace standing beside the green
I take my daughter to school now frighten.
Please traverse the boundaries alone
Tell the sundry, tell them all, I am not...
In battle; but the green and white I died for.
Peace is a fruit, never be forbidden
To Napoleon, the alphabets never forgotten
It can be hidden in love but not unspoken.
It is that: that distinct the enlighten
It is the unity of a skin and collagen.
Peace is peaceful when it lacks violence.
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