john chizoba vincent
Nkporo Nation - Poem by john chizoba vincent
Nkporo nation, the land of goodness
When is your turn to shine like others?
Elughu is weeping in dusty environment;
Obuofia is thirsty of water and none to give
Ndi-agbo is sorrowful of lost dignity
Amurie is gone in captivity of agony
Etitiama is gone in pains barking like a Dog
Ndi nko is crying of abandoned amenities
Agbaja is never seen at noon with others,
Okwoko is never seen at dark with others.
When shall you be remembere and the blemish
From the whips on your back taken away?
When is your. Turn to excel like others?
We wait at the valley for hope and progress!
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