samuel nze

Rookie (13th October 1980 / lagos, nigeria)

samuel nze Poems

201. Souls 11/18/2005
202. My Heart Palpitates 11/25/2005
203. Thinking In A Dark Room 11/27/2005
204. Waiting 11/28/2005
205. Spells 11/29/2005
206. My God Is In My Room 5/19/2005
207. In The Evening 5/19/2005
208. I Would Be A Fool 8/5/2005
209. I Saw You 8/5/2005
210. The Underpinnings Of My Dreams 1/29/2005
211. Berna 5/29/2005
212. In Pain 5/31/2005
213. Melancholy 7/11/2006
214. Results 7/14/2006
215. Better Make It Our World 7/28/2006
216. Buy Your Own 8/15/2006
217. Oligopoly Of Slaves 8/15/2006
218. If Not For Anything Else 3/17/2006
219. I Will Never Forget The Pain 3/17/2006
220. Forgive Me For Being Great 3/17/2006
221. Winsome Long Hours 3/17/2006
222. Nostalgia 3/17/2006
223. Breathe 3/20/2006
224. Revival 3/20/2006
225. Riddles 3/21/2006
226. God Is God 3/27/2006
227. Frolic, Not Stress 3/27/2006
228. Today Differs, Painful And Ill 10/30/2005
229. I Sold My Blood For Money 5/29/2005
230. Contemplation 9/20/2005
231. Your Gift 9/30/2005
232. Don'T Punish Me Hard 5/2/2005
233. Am I A Man? 5/10/2005
234. I Want A King's Daughter 2/17/2005
235. The Virtue Is To Trust 2/21/2005
236. Passion 4/21/2006
237. Mullato Or Black 4/25/2006
238. Any Lost Cause? 5/13/2006
239. Busy 6/10/2006
240. Enough Of You! 6/12/2006

Comments about samuel nze

  • Jay Kene (4/6/2005 1:09:00 PM)

    I mean to say this: See how Sam beautifully marries the divine with the human: 'only the one who has experieced human love can authoritatively speak of a divine love', he seems to be saying.

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  • Jay Kene (4/6/2005 1:07:00 PM)

    See how Sam beautifully marries the divine with the human: 'only those who have truly loved' could possibly experience and live the love of God.

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  • Jay Kene (4/6/2005 1:01:00 PM)

    This poem seem to attempt the querry: why do people in love feel pain?

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  • Michael Shepherd (3/27/2005 6:45:00 AM)

    Now you've posted more poems here, Samuel - just to affirm what I said before: you have a beautiful honest direct writing, of course you should comment on your own life, and don't be put off by any lack of 'rating' or comment... you're 'somebody' already, not 'someday'!

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  • Samuel Nze (2/11/2005 8:55:00 AM)

    It is a pity that my earlier comment had to be written twice. There was a spelling error in the first; I couldn't live with the thought of having published an error for the world to see without it's being corrected - don't call me finicky!

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  • Samuel Nze (2/9/2005 11:29:00 AM)

    i think one may comment on himself - it is allowed in african tradition. if you read my poem 'in a hurry' you can see how i felt about my mother's death; but i have long come to appreciate the fact that life is not all about death. actually life is all about life!

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  • Samuel Nze (2/8/2005 9:15:00 AM)

    i think one may comment on himself - it is allowed in african tradition. if you read my poem 'in a hurry' you can see how i felt about my mother's death; but i have long come to apreciate the fact that life is not all about death. actually life is all about life!

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  • Michael Shepherd (2/7/2005 8:06:00 AM)

    A big thankyou, Samuel, and I agree - you have a beautiful talent for telling the truth, simple and direct.
    You may have noticed that this site has a 62% audience of Americans, as many fiercely anti-church as pro-church - so don't be surprised if you get some sharp comments - or no comments at all! But I look forward as you do, to reading your 'tomorrow' poems.
    Best wishes. On this site, you can never be an orphan...

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  • dissatified exmember (2/1/2005 2:30:00 AM)

    Samuel is one of the most talented writers I have read on this site. He has such a wonderful way of putting things down. It is such a pleasure to read his poems.

    Janice M Pickett

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Best Poem of samuel nze

Rich And Poor People

Rich and poor people
Have the same trouble
The former from overeating
The latter from swelting

Both die just the same
Rich people always rest
The poor are lame
Yet endure the test

Rich man poor man
Both are the very same
No one cares or can
Lay on either the blame

I am poor but was rich
I will still again be rich
I was smug but now swelting
I want to be more a blessing.

Read the full of Rich And Poor People

Gloom

Dark heart and a hurt head
There is disappointment in my soul
I groan in tired dissipation
As melancholy hems me in
There seems to be no escape
As foes lock horns with me
Seeking to entrap me in
A web of frustration;
I struggle and whimper
I ask for divine help
God will come to my aid
I only have to trust.

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