Rex mayor Ubini

Veteran Poet - 1,414 Points [Mayor] (March 8th,1984.)

Rex mayor Ubini Poems

1. Red And White Day 6/6/2014
2. The Canoe Of Desire 6/15/2014
3. There Is A Place 6/27/2014
4. The Beauty My Heart Is Stun 6/29/2014
5. Wedlock With Loneliness 6/29/2014
6. On The Pulse Of Julius Caesar's Moon 7/1/2014
7. My Heart I Bare Before Your Eyes 7/1/2014
8. Under Breath 7/1/2014
9. Ten Decades Of Night 7/1/2014
10. The Man In Front Of Me 7/2/2014
11. Lest My Wind Startles Satan 7/2/2014
12. My Words 7/3/2014
13. Lying Lips 7/4/2014
14. Love Agape 7/19/2014
15. Seize This Day 7/23/2014
16. My Gown Of Dust 7/24/2014
17. When My Obedience Is Fulfilled 7/24/2014
18. When My Breath Is Done 7/24/2014
19. We Are... 7/25/2014
20. Diaris Godoooo! 7/29/2014
21. Desire 8/1/2014
22. Clap Your Lips 8/3/2014
23. Siege Mentality 8/3/2014
24. Maya Angelou Who Now Rest In Elysium 8/3/2014
25. The Signs Of The Time 8/5/2014
26. Pride 8/6/2014
27. In The Ocean Of Inverted Sorrow 8/12/2014
28. Because Of You 8/12/2014
29. Bride Bird 8/15/2014
30. Shackles And Thorns 8/25/2014
31. A Snail's Cry 8/14/2015
32. After The Footprints Of October 1st 10/3/2015
33. I Am An Art 10/3/2015
34. Prisoner Of Space 10/28/2015
35. A Time With Brute Feet 10/28/2015
36. Angels Came And Left 10/28/2015
37. Benin City 10/28/2015
38. The Blind Seekers 10/28/2015
39. Time Knows Me 10/28/2015
40. Death Is Not Death 10/28/2015

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  • Masoumeh Alizadeh (11/18/2014 6:21:00 PM)

    nice i read your poems

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Best Poem of Rex mayor Ubini

In The Funeral Of Africa

As the sky drew her cottons against my eyes
I slumbered on the arms of time
Lost in a blue space of yester-years
Days of my late great grannies
Hued beyond culture and custom
Values held with high esteem
Marriage with virginity proof
The pride of an african bride
Maidens in campala buba
With natural african hair
Mothers in native wrapper
Head crowned with uthorfor
And the mirror of nature reflects us
The beckoning black race
This is our face
Preened with modesty and grace
The sun of our black out days

But now I woke up wholly ...

Read the full of In The Funeral Of Africa

Set Me Free

I know why you kept me
Right in this beautiful cage
Not because you love me
As you daily do proclaim
But because you envy
How beautiful am made
If you surely love me
You will set me free
And smile when I leap

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