Poetry

The Waiting: Stanzas & Poems

the waiting: stanzas & poems

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₦750.00

This anthology is a collection of romantic poems, for anyone looking for ways to restore sizzle to their relationship. Containing over 26 poems, The Waiting: Stanzas & Poems is a collection of poetry and prose about emotions, longing for love, heartbreaks, loneliness, and connection. The book is divided into three sections, each of which you can read when you long to bring life back into your relationship....

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crazy city

crazy city18+

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4.5
₦500.00

Herein is a collection of beautiful words wrapped into poetry. A unique poetic journey, where words will guide you into satisfaction. With each line, you ascend into the realms of poetic ecstasy where every part of your mind is titillated. You have not seen any poetry book like this and that is why you should grab and devour. Let the words heal and transform your core...

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Heart pour

heart pour18+

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This is a Christian poetic book that will open you up to God. The best way to communicate with the Father is to pour out yourself to Him. Pouring your heart to him requires all of yourself...

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TWO NIGHTS AGO

two nights ago18+

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₦2500.00

A poem about banditory and insecurity situation in the northern part of Nigeria....

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Living Dead

living dead

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We are all living, our actions keeps us living or dead or living dead, find out how...

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Why We Are Where We Are

why we are where we are

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₦400.00

Why We Are Where We Are is a citizen's interrogation of the salient matters that inhibits a man's desire for growth and advancement as well as in the livelihood of a nation in dare need of massive transformation. Part 1 Reflections: point to the potholes that need to be filled to enhance smooth rides in our personal and national  journeys to our separate but connected destinations. All men are God's children on a journey to a place called The Promised Land while Part 2 Euphoria: explores the stream of consciousness in our most delightsome state. In our downtimes, the mind is weakened to a state of solitude but when things turn around for good, the mind is elated. Such elation is common with a person's capacity to journey with one's better half. Conjugal euphoria is rapturous and overwhelming at the dawn of bridal arrival....

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SUDDEN BLAST: ODES OF THE TEACHER

sudden blast: odes of the teacher

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Sudden Blast is the beginning of the series: Odes of The Teacher. It is a collection of a variety of poems which are designed to be educative and reflective. It captures a wide range of subjects and themes which include: spirituality, nature, identity, tragedy, society, Immortality, love and celebration. They can be categorised broadly into: Educative poems, meditative poems and love poems, although not so arranged. The teacher hopes this collection will effectively educate....

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Annabel

annabel

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₦300.00

“A voice of Innocence, a cry of belonging, a yearning for friendship From a heart that’s delicate, pure as cotton and soft as wool Seeking for something as true”...

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The Song of Iguedo and Other Poems

the song of iguedo and other poems

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₦1000.00

The Song of Iguedo is a rare epic poetry, written with linguistic elegance and flattery of history. It is carefully crafted around a historical figure, Iguedo, but essentially a work of fiction and must be viewed accordingly. It tells the story of Adorani, daughter of Iguedo and her lover, Zaza. Adorani is obsessed with beauty and a quest for immortality while drawn by love to her childhood, mortal, sweet heart, Zaza. The love between Adorani and Zaza brought them directly in conflict with powers foresworn to tear them apart, one of which is Prince Osabi, the devil himself. In the Song of Iguedo, Paschal Ifeanyi Nwosu reveals himself, demonstrating, a fertile imagination and a rare gift as a story teller. The epic dramatic poetry exemplifies events rooted in a deep understanding of Igbo mythology, history and civilization. The Other poems, represents an attempt by the author to define himself and his place , perhaps, by detailing the entwined struggles of being African, Nigerian and Igbo in the order of things viewed from the fluidity of the uniqueness of the human spirit, cultural shocks and the dynamic perspectives of his black heritage and history. The collection of poetry offers insights and gives voice to the mind of its curator by examining and questioning salient issues relevant in our times and finding, perhaps, answers....

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The Yawning Earth

the yawning earth

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Verses in Wellington Nwogu's The Yawning Earth envelope the reader with frissons of delight with its lyrical abundance and nutmeg, like Niyi Osundare's sublimating, redolent tonalities, opening a chapter of personal cogitations and societal woes that elicit self scrutiny. Here is a solid voice out of the fringe of Nigerian poetry that is bound to compel attention. -Henry Akubuiro...

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Colour me with Words of my Ancenstors

colour me with words of my ancenstors

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4.5
₦500.00

"Color me with Words of my Ancestors" is a poetry that depicts the thoughts of an African Child...

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The Road to Bauchi and Other Poems

the road to bauchi and other poems

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The Road to Bauchi and Other Poems is a slim volume of forty two short poems grouped into four sections, namely: “Bauchi Poems”, “Haiku Poems”, “Of People and Places”, and “Receding Song”. This poetic harvest is a carnival in a way, a feast of creativity which is lyrical, nostalgic, and contemplative in parts. It is a festival of life and a celebration of humanity. The poems reflect the beautiful landscapes of Northern Nigeria through graphic description of its geography and natural environment. In this guise, the poet engages in critical social commentaries on human life and existence in Northern Nigeria in a language that is simple, lucid, and descriptive. In a nutshell, The Road to Bauchi and Other Poems is an arresting collection of poems on various thematic subjects. As a book which can be described as poetry for everyman, Denja Abdullahi’s The Road to Bauchi and Other Poems is undoubtedly a worthy contribution to the African tradition of letters....

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