I.C Nnaji Poems

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Black Pearls - A Nod To Grandma
The ornament of steel,
unfolding in a platform of crest;
adorable, splendid, rare;
what a toast to behold.

The smiles of a storm,
the look of a diamond,
the touch of a musical,
what a rhythm to uphold.

Listen to the whispers,
a wind of love flows,
mama, just a lay low . . .
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A Crested Boulevard
We are not people but a scene,
Vent for a time is nothing more than gold;
What can we say to the chides of lime,
We are not people but a gold.

Do unto us what we can,
Say what you know to the stars,
Light is blink, ooh reverse,
Let me know what you can do,
If for nothing man is free,
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