habib akewusola

Rookie (3/6/1990 / JOS, NIGERIA)

Imagine Nigeria - Poem by habib akewusola

IMAGINE NIGERIA.
Imagine Nigeria,
Becoming a sweet fruit
Like my orange juice,
Imagine Nigeria
With patriotic youths
Who speck truth and
Make my future look
Good,
Imagine Nigeria
That education carry's a
Concrete foundation,
Becomes a national tool
Towards economic civilization.
Imagine Nigeria
Where the Elders give me
Shelter,
As helicopters isn't only
For the god fathers,
Imagine Nigeria
My area without malaria
Where the health system
Isn't a trap wearing danger,
Imagine Nigeria
During the good and bad,
We all stick together.

II

Imagine Nigeria
Where majority is happy to
Sing her slogan,
Infants carry my flag high
On her shoulders.
Imagine Nigeria
That my export moves round
The world,
Without corruption been her
Escort.
Imagine Nigeria
Where terrorism isn't the
MilitarY salary,
And unmask every stranger
Within her territory.
Imagine Nigeria
Where tension isn't collected
Before pension, instead
The aged gather for happy
Recreation.
Imagine Nigeria
That electricity lights up
This city
Its connected with easy and
Distributed for almost free.

III
Imagine Nigeria
Where all my blames are not
Left for the leaders,
Instead, first caution our nuclear
Bread winner.
Never curse Nigeria
All I depend is these natural
Mineral,
I can never reverse the
Desperate immigrant,
Looking forward to construct a
Beautiful new river on
Another land.
Imagine Nigeria
When industries employ my
Indigence
And never appoint by your community,
Refineries doesn't pollute the high
Sea and kill my cat fishing.
Imagine Nigeria
That farming is encouraged
By modernized planning,
Imagine Nigeria
The prosperity sister
Make big plans from your
Little area.
My governor isn't a magician.
Imagine Nigeria
Beautified with Iroko
Sky scrapers, and
Ordained the genuine giant
Of AFRICA.
HABIB AKEWUSOLA.


Comments about Imagine Nigeria by habib akewusola

  • Alon Dy (8/18/2012 5:38:00 AM)


    nice one. good poem with good meanings. feel free to comment my poems as well.thank you (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, August 18, 2012



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