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It is darkest hour in our history,
Dark nights shrouded with mystery,
Keeping under heels and making mockery,
Liberty torch shine but under label of slavery,
Slow dulcimer, gavotte and bow, in autumn,
Bashõ and his friends go out to view the moon;
In summer, gasoline rainbow in the gutter,
“Kill all those who are in our area”
“Spare not life even if they make pleas”
Innocents, old children and women
Not to be let off as this is good omen
Your Eve Niv.
Are we not becoming intolerant society?
Gruesome murders, riots stabbing –all in different varieties?
May be it has become part of our life and necessities
Everybody wants to capitalize and understands its futility
Colonialism in its last moments is pushed to the centre stage -
the recoiling phenomenon intensely illuminated
by The Flame Of Liberty.
Roused by the prospect of emancipatory freedom,
Why countries are simply invaded?
Do the other countries are principally wedded?
Does their ethnic love and belonging firmly embedded?
The country’s territory annexed and added
INSCRIPTION FOR AN ANTIQUE PITCHER,
Come, old friend! sit down and listen!
From the pitcher, placed between us,
As most Nigerians remain ruefully lukewarm
about President Buhari's second term bid;
An ever-increasing multitude of potential
voters across ethnic divides, seem to be
The communities divided
As per ethnic, local lines
Sons of soil who answer
The plea of human hunger
'Do not seek yourself outside yourself.'
In Aug 1947, when India became independent, the entire world was skeptical about the duration upto which we will be able to uphold the principles of Integrity and self-reliance in a unified India. But India was to prove otherwise. With such a myriad of cultural, political, religious, linguistic and ethnic backgrounds; it is a case study for world scholars to examine the soil of its personnel which has made unification of such diversity a living reality. It was infact the USSR that disintegrated in Dec 1991 rather than the Soverign, Socialist, Democratic, Republic of India.
Ever since our government relinquished the bond which make us complete all for the love of bigotry, & beckoned falsehood to envisage our entity, going the path we reprimand.
Seeking a divorce to the twine that bind us became optional to many secessionists advocating the way we could thrive.
Our motion on peril, not giving our ward the choice to choose what is worth living on the hope that morrow 'ill be hale & yield us all good while headed by overage leaders with zero inventive prowess and still undermined the leadership of the Youths, alas our country suffer insanity of the mind & different setbacks.
Through the back door policy of regional encomium and government preferences of one ethnic domination over the other enmity broke out and dive into our national fabric fanning an ember to sweep peaceful coexistence off our feet to a distance beyond.
Wear a quarantine ethnic colorful face mask nice
and walk with peacock pride and a new look on the face
Everywhere maintain a safe social distance
Celebrate Woman's Day with pride and without prejudice
our social fabric a fine example
threadbare garment so long worn
patchwork quilt of ethnic groups
arms and leggings now all torn
A hatred fiend,
Playacting a votary
Of democracy and federalism
To a gluttonous end,
Nothing God creates,
To closely examine.
Done to do to evaluate.
Has not been duplicated.
If made to have
An axe to grind
Rubbing with nails
A social scar
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