Poems on Rite of Passage and IdentityIn learning to live and learning who you are, you may be able to relate to others' struggles to discover themselves, grow up, and learn life's important lessons. That's what these poems are about.
A view on society in today's day and age. I would like to thank my readers and commenters as this one is for you.
From The Lord I Come
Yearning to be in his presence.
Who Could Have?
Christ did so much for the undeserving.
When feelings define love without spoken words.
The Deeds of My God
Reasons to need GOD.
Pain and Sorrow
Just a poem I made on my way to school 12/7/16.
Brexit is real, yet I don't see those in power bringing any benefit to our nation.
My thoughts on th 14/6/16.
Changes, individuality, standing up, and graceful leaving.
When I Smile...
These are reasons behind my smile...
Emotion of Mine
This poem is dedicated to my Cousin Josephine Akulang Abalang.
Beyond me, something made me feel this way.
In Between the Pauses
Rules for making what you have to say worth people's time.
Home is a Place to Belong
East or West Home is Home.
I am of God and by his grace I'm made to believe.
It's Not About You...
Hey you, be a good Christian - Ha! man, stop attracting. In the church all you do, must be about God.
Strangers in Public
Stalkers in public places.
Is political correctness a tool used by governments to curb the democratic right to free speech?
The Search for Self
We always want to be someone else. We're not happy with our lives. We're too scared to be different, and too uncomfortable while aping others. What an impasse we experience.
Lost in Paradise
What's makes a woman different from a man? She's oppressed, suppressed, depressed, and repressed. Achieving a dream for a woman, is an even bigger struggle. Sadly, the world is not going to change anytime soon.
I Made It
I've always been worried about how I would turn out. But it turns out... I made it.
I don't know yet who I want to be.
I've been trying out poetry lately... please tell me what you think and what you got from the poem. All comments, suggestions, or criticisms are appreciated.
The truth about my heritage.
I accept myself for who I am.