I’m taking you on a journey to the land of Bloomsville;
No matter how loud they cry,
It would never be heard
Even though it travels as far as the sky.
With the blood of my foes I inked,
Dispersing verdicts atop my hill.
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Its very lucid with no bit of blur,
That I sprang from painful slurs.
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In the dark she finally stood,
With her arms akimbo
and the wind on her face.
Eyes fierce in determination,
She said “I shall be.”
and the wind carried her words…
I would live to savour this moment,
I would live to savour this taste,
Trickling from her lips
and Seeping beneath her skin.
A world living in harmony
With everyone swaying to the same melody
Enmity is cast down to earth
and it dwells amongst us.
“If I could take charge of my mind, only then would I rule the world.”
“This darkness must be buried.”
I growled! Making use of my last breath
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As a Phoenix rises from its remains,
So would my marriage vow spring to life,
So would my love be as fresh as new.
And I would love you Everyday till the very Last day.
Its the melody for the soul,
it soothes the ears as it cajoles
It was blood night;
the feast for the damned,
a tussle for the crown.
Why hide beneath these facades?”
Take charge and break loose.
In loving memory of PROF. DORA NKEM AKUNYILI (OFR) a “Strong Woman”
Empty you shall depart,
Because on earth you failed to impart.
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