For The Girlchild Poem by john chizoba vincent

For The Girlchild

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To this brokeness of women, the world flopped and flipped out.
How life flawed and tampered the ice of the girlchild!
How green became red images to their eyes is still a misery to our flammable fable eyes:
of happiness gallopping towards sorrow,
We are here to locate the wind that
Caused their pains before they split into Imo and Abia.

Howwould I tell them of tomorrow unknown?
How would I drive into their thoughtsand make a meal of time?
How would I tell them the river in our throats embrace dryness?
How would this earth continue to evolves and envelopes in their palms?
For they are our earth, women is the world!
Life to them is a wet roads with dry leaves...

Our hands have waved pity into their eyes to give solace,
Our legs have walked into their thoughts for glee embraces...
For the girlchild, for the innocent ones;
For those life peeled through their skins,
We have this to say:
We will never allow hunger to walk on the street seeking for you!
We will never allow cruel men come near you,
We will seek for men of goodwill to guide the chest of your virginity.
We'll build a temperament alter of men
That will curse rape that walk in their thought.


This sand you walk on were your mothers who went fighting your course!
Many of them were trapped by evil men whose wealth blinded their eyes...
This is home again,our souls are home for you and your kind to stay and merry.
Looking at this busy sun on the idle cloud,we'll hold violenceto ransom,
ransom for breaking you apart,
ransom for holding your innocent mind
Your images on the walls of dangerous men shall be retrieved back...
You will not be like a village defeated by war,
You will not look like an orphan when men like us exist.

You are the water soaked in the eyes of our dreams, dear children,
Make haste to conquer fears and doubts as you pour yourselves into yourselves.
We pray as we fight,you'll not mingle with a wrong men like water and oil.
This is our plead to pleasure your body
to the measurable deep barging silence.
You are golds to the eyes
Your are the gleaming sky...
You are the song in our throats splitting into cities of great wordiators.
To this world,we'll listen to this love notes rendered with a calm voice,
For you're the world itself.


Yours Poetically,
©John Chizoba Vincent.

For The Girlchild
Friday, November 17, 2017
Topic(s) of this poem: africa
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Hassan Hayati 17 December 2017

Impressive content plus well Blank verses has made this poem perfect. This poem makes us think of these Mercies of God more than ever. I also like the picture which adds to the value of this poem. Congratulations for being the poem of the day.

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Bernard F. Asuncion 17 December 2017

John, such a brilliant write. Congrats for being chosen...a huge 10+++

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Geeta Radhakrishna Menon 17 December 2017

What a wonderful poem John. A poem on Girl Child with profound thoughts and powerful expression. Loved the last verse. To quote: You are golds to the eyes Your are the gleaming sky... You are the song in our throats splitting into cities of great wordiators. To this world, we'll listen to this love notes rendered with a calm voice, For you're the world itself. Congratulations John. A great poem!

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Edward Kofi Louis 17 December 2017

Of tomorrow unknown! ! Africa! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.

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Subhas Chandra Chakra 17 December 2017

Beautiful picture shared, so beautiful is the poem. 10. Congrats for the poem being picked POD.

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James Mclain 17 December 2017

I couldn't agree more.. with the comments below.. James McLain

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Deepak Kumar Pattanayak 17 December 2017

Oh! what a tribute, accolade, honor, recognition, and commendation paid to the worth and achievements of girl-children........outstanding piece deserves P.O.D............thanks for sharing

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Tom Allport 17 December 2017

a wonderful poem highlighting the need for change for we are all born equal yet woman's inequality still goes on? well written John

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Geeta Radhakrishna Menon 17 December 2017

The picture given is beautiful. A full vote for you John.

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