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The Secrets Of A Good Marriage

Growing up I’ve learnt about love, I’ve been surrounded by it everyday. I’m so glad you’ve both found it, And it’s why we’re here today. They say there’s secrets to a good marriage, That there are rules to obey, But the most important rules of love, Are what you two do everyday. It’s the ‘hey…
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Self discovery journey

Every self is on a journeyDiscovery is a necessityHence, innovation is bornFor life without tis allIs an end without ado Self discovery journeyA journey for all in allWherein there is no mapEvery step is a new oneThe trip that ends in death Where you’re regardlessWho you know notwithstandingWhat you’ve notwithstandingWhen you were born regardlessIt’s all…
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I want to talk to God [POETRY]

I’ve tried it in prayersA mix of empty stomachTrying to empty my heartIn all emptiness and sincerityCos, I want God to hear me I’ve to talk to GodJust in caseMy case HE haven’t heardCos the world is so busyAnd His schedule so tight Haven’t I talked enoughDear GodMy words have gone upIn millions each sentenceI…
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If Only || Aremu Adesola

If Only is poetry by Aremua Adesola that elaborates on the importance of self-discovery and societal acceptance. If Only we know ourselves… If Only If only the moon can split To carve True Lovers If only I can fly To see the World in Whole If only the earth can quake To birth out Dragon’s…
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Together despite all odds, Now 60

Together despite all odds, Now 60 Since the day when River Niger and River Benue became lovers, And 1914, when Northern and Southern Nigeria got married, To 1960, when Nigerians got liberated and united We have seen; and we’ve conquered several odds to stay together as one. Together, we’ve torn wide apart the jaws of…
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I’m A Broken Woman

‘I am a broken woman’ is a poem explaining the act of child abuse and molestation which is highly rampant. The poet wrote about a 13-year-old girl’s experience. You say you care But you don’t That’s why you’re not here but there You said you’d change but you won’t Every night since I was five…
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Time in a mirror

“Time in a mirror” is a poem about seasons and changes that comes with it. White-tip mountains, majestic, stand tall.Images of trees, reflections of clouds in blue.Birds in flight look down to see years gone by,years still to see.Leaves of green, brown, yellow, and red,reflect as they float to their winter bed.Footprints in the snow…
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The Black Race

Our skin is as pure as gold Shines more brighter than diamond Our beauty was used as cufflinks We sold ourselves to dollars Now suffering the naira While our culture became clothing’s to the white We are living in our own bondage Dreams sold out of greed Hope lost since yesterday From tribal wars Religious…
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This hood called adulthood

‘This hood called adulthood’ is a poetry about growing to become an adult. The poet believes this is the last and final stage of every man. He pointed out the every child desire to become an adult not understanding the implications within. It doesn’t add up How I became an adult Without my profound consent…
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Am I a man or a man-age

Am I a man or a man-age is a poem about growing up into adulthood. The poet explain the self doubt that can occur when growing into adulthood. It is so hard to say I haven’t heard before Even the truth keep starring each moment Stirring my emotions and leaving me in tears Tearing me…
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Living in a world of my dreams

Living in a world of my dreams is a poem about depression. The poem “Living in a world of my dreams” explains the struggle to survive and excel in a world so simple but extremely complex. I am not the only one living I guess we’ll all leave someday When we get tired of the…
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My Heart; My Fears

My Heart; My Fears – Poem My heart tells me we might not end up together, Maybe because my heart can tell the way your heart feels, The fear that we might not be right to end up falling in love again. My heart tells me we will end up not being able to develop…
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This is my confession (featuring Poetress Tarrish)

Intro: Your self-esteem; how much you feel about yourself and how much you like and value yourself determines your happiness more than any other single factor. Hold up right there: I need a beat Even if it is a heartbeat I need to drop some vibes I don’t mind you vibrating Something rings in my…
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My five kitty cats (Poetry)

My five kitty cats is a poem about cats. The poet explains how jolly good the five cats in her possession are. She shed light on some of their activities around the house. Enjoy the poem below: Buster, Sparkle, Newbie, Speedy and then there’s Pixie our smallest kitty, One, two, three and four and five,…
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POETRY: Why Did You Leave Me?

“Why do you leave me” is a poem about the pain of losing a loved one. The poet explains the feeling of loneliness and emptiness that death creates in the life of those alive.

Sometimes love is not all you need

Sometimes, love takes away the light in your life and leaves you in the dark. Alone! Sometimes, love takes your breath away and leaves you to choke. Alone! Sometimes, love takes your sight away so you never saw yourself crashing. Until you crash landed; Alone! Sometimes, love melt your heart away and leaves you heartless…
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HE-ART (Poem featuring: Praise Ayano)

They say; happiness is a by-product that comes to you when you are engaged in doing something that you really enjoy while in the company of people who like and respect you. But, hold up a minute: I lose my mind severally But I told myself I am never losing again In this place where…
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The Hate U Give

Every day break gives a new dawn So far it’s been dawn without a difference At each dawn I awake with great expectations I look through the windows of Nigeria Hoping that the headlines will change And that our headlights will be brightened So that we can at least have a spotlight if not limelight.…
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As You Journey Through Life

keep putting one foot in front of the other,
And taking your life day by day…
There’s a brighter tomorrow that’s just down the road – Don’t look back! You’re not going that way!

EMBER SEASON: Three literature series to kick off this month

It is the beginning of the 1st month in the EMBER season and, we are so excited. We started this year with so much energy and, despite the pandemic, we will only get stronger. That is why we remain committed to delighting you with quality contents from our creative writers. Earlier in July, we announced…
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A Thousand Challenge

Hello to every poet around the world reading this. We’re rising a poetry challenge to have a thousand poets write poetry on “A Thousand“. It’s going to be fun. You’ll also get to feature on our official blog site and The Voice Journal. All you have to do is follow the example below: Write five…
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The Responsibility Of Fatherhood By Edgar Guest

BEFORE you came, my little lad, I used to think that I was good, Some vicious habits, too, I had, But wouldn’t change them if I could. I held my head up high and said: ‘I’m all that I have need to be, It matters not what path I tread,’ But that was ere you…
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Lessons for life

I see you looking at your children, Wondering what their lives will be. If you verify some answers Then their future you might see. Have you taught them to be truthful? Have you taught them to be kind? Have you given them the wisdom Needed to be color blind? Have you taught them to be…
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Time will ease the pain

No wound so deep will ever go
Entirely away;
Yet every hurt becomes
A little less from day to day.

What is love? A feeling or an expression.

Is it pleasure or pressure to the soul? The answer to all these questions varies from person to person. In my opinion, it is a feeling that can be expressed vice versa. It is a pleasurable pressure on the soul. If it is true love, it can give you immense pleasure up to the limit…
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Colours Of Romance

Calm the winds as angels sing. Lovers’ tune and flowers bring little buds caressed by dew sending pretty thoughts of you. Hearts entwined with heav’nly bliss spell the most romantic kiss, yearning for the sweetest place nowhere less in your embrace. Ringing bells of autumn air, whispers of my love and care set the mood,…
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19 things happy people never do

There is no shortage of self-help books out there ready to tell you what you need to do to be happy. But while this can be helpful, sometimes it’s just as valuable to consider the opposite: What are the things that happy people avoid doing? Thinking about happiness from this perspective can be equally enlightening,…
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What can I tell the world that it does not know?

I woke this morning asking myself if there are any new things to tell the world that it doesn’t already know? In science, we have been told several stories about the earth and the rest of the eight planets. They also have a theory for the creation of man; for gravity; electricity; force and effort…
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Toasting an African Lady

“Toasting an African lady” is a poem written by Victor Eshameh. The 2019 poem is a love rendition that expresses the desire of a lover to his beloved. The poet demonstrated what toasting a lady is in some parts of Nigeria. He used pidgin English to express most of his points as would the youth.…
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Introducing three new weekly series (story and poetry)

We are introducing three new weekly series to our content category. Starting from September 2020, join us as we launch The Hustler’s Deal, Adventure Caused By Destiny and Life: Struggles, Failure, and Accolades on Giftedminds Writers’ Blog – two compelling weekly story and poetry series showcasing critical situations around Nigeria and humanity.

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