john chizoba vincent
Great Malala - Poem by john chizoba vincent
Malala, great malala Yousafzai,
The goddess of womanhood
Your steps and advocate for the girlchild
Has brought us where we are now,
Your drives has made us to understand
That we are here for each other.
Malala has laid the foundation for us
And we must not let her voice fall
On a infertile ground of lost hope,
Malala Yousafzai, made our voices thicker
Than the rock in the forest, and. Now,
We sing with one heart.
She was shot to make us better,
Her blood sprinkled on the bitter ground
Took away our fears from the house
Where it had been hidden to demage us.
The tears in her eyes healed our sorrow,
She campaigned for modesty, for the education
Of the girlchild which was taken to be forbidden.
She campaigned for equality for womanhood,
Never shall we let you down, dear malala.
Great malala, the fight you fought for us,
Girls in the hood will never let you down nor
We shall be educated to say that which we needed to say.
Unto you shall we worship for light given to
Us to see through the darkest world of pain.
Every step we took drew a train of tears,
We were on our way to face a world
Full of people with deed conscience
And heart that lacks love and understanding of womanhood,
They wants us in darkness and darkness without a ray of light that will show our future.
Nigerian girls say thank you,
Pakistan girls are happy for you
Ghanian girls say well done,
Sierre leonian girls look up to you
Gambian girls appreciate your efforts,
Togolese girls will not let you down
All over the world, we say thank you.
(C) John chizoba vincent
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