john chizoba vincent
God Bless Nigeria - Poem by john chizoba vincent
GOD BLESS NIGERIA
Over 170 million spread mighty blacks
Greatest black nation on earth- - - Nigeria
Biggest economy in Africa and beyond.
Greatest available work force and talents
Birther of indomitable super eagles.
Home, the noun that invokes a plethora of
Emotions within me and makes me happy
Nigeria is my home, a nation of ours
We still believe in you, mother Nigeria.
Here we lay to write our own Nigerian story.
God bless Nigeria my fatherland
The land which my mother sworn upon
To abide in day in and take charge
The Land which my father fought. Bravely
For her freedom and liberty on the seas
As my pen bleeds in joy in your love
It echoes out it love for my fatherland.
God bless mother Nigeria
Whose umbrella covers her children.
Even though she bleeds profoundly
She Still care about us the princes and princess
Her succulent breast we once sucked
Bitting her nipples But she never complain
To anyone but endured and pat us on the back
Even when we go astray and sin against her
She is ever ready to beat us with her right hand
Then reconcil with us through the left.
Oh! Mother of many talents whose leaves blosom
All round the world, your sweet tendacy drive
Home the joy of motherhood and what mother
Stand for in this ever changing universe.
Mother Nigeria, I hail you for your love
The sweetest of them all, your children will ever
Make you proud all round the world
In your heart shall we paint love and kisses
Your face shall we breed humbleness
Mother, thousand years to come shall we praise
Your loyality and loving kindness
We shall gather the birds to sing and dance
While the trees weave in gladness for your love
God protect mother Nigeria
Mother, whose smiles awake brave
Gladiators from west to south and east
Mother, whose beauty radiate with smile
Cheer to a mother of perfection and peace
Cheer to Mother Nigeria, the good mother
We would be forever grateful to you mother
for given birth To us in this black soil of Africa.
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