Omolara (From Heaven To Earth) - Poem by Chukuemeka Akpe
sent the sun into hiding
Making the day
seem like night.
Out of the sky
Amidst heavenly claps,
trees bowed in reverence.
Rent, celestial curtains
let out long needles.
All that was laid bare stung,
To quench the thirst of mother earth.
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