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You Asked Me by: Christo Ken
You ask me if I love you, and I ask myself how to begin to share with you the feelings in my heart. You inspire in me a love so deep words cannot describe poem

Life's Irony by: Kunle "Kool Heart" Olawale
I like to do wishful thinking Though I sometimes end up sinking I'd love to build castles in the sky Or at least give it a try I'd like to catch one poem

Shadow of Love by: Kunle "Kool Heart" Olawale
To me, you are worth far more than a kingdom of treasure Because every single thing you do gives me pleasure So sweet it gives me pain I fall apart like poem

Driven by: Kunle "Kool Heart" Olawale
When I'm all alone or simply lost In the middle of my ocean of thoughts, No matter how hard I try, Paddling is only by your smile When my wind of faith poem

The Voice of Pain by: Kunle "Kool Heart" Olawale
As each second passes I feel stabs from a million shattered glasses I feel like my days are numbered And every sound of my heart-beat is thundered I poem

I Have Another Dream by: Kunle "Kool Heart" Olawale
These tears still flow Like living rivers of snow Tumbling down the contours and gulleys of my face As I imagine that wonderful place A whole new world Re-born poem

Frozen Wind by: Kunle "Kool Heart" Olawale
I'm still breathing But I know I am dead I walk a thousand miles away But I am still here I stand amidst a crowd But I am still alone I eat and drink much But poem

Little More.....Little Less by: John "The Beloved" Ajewole
A little more kindness ..... A little less wrath. A little more patience ..... A little less falls. A little more smiling ..... A little less frowning. A poem

20 Naira Policeman by: John "The Beloved" Ajewole
Each day is a 20 Naira day for the Nigerian Policeman, each vehicle, a potential prey, so break all the laws you can. They stand at the corner of the street, eyes poem

Circus Woman by: Nkiru Njoku
I'm trapped in this cage. my husband is my keeper and master, who brandishes his whip to keep me in check. my children are my ever willing audience, whose poem