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Ndifreke George is an emerging Nigerian graduate and writer. Few of his works have appeared on; The Kalahari Review, Tuck Magazine, Poems and Poetry, The Poet community, Praxis Magazine, Social justice poetry, Bravearts Africa and The Antartica Journal.
Presently, he works as a Volunteer Literary Contributor for Bravearts Africa, and a scriptwriter for HumourTV (an online comic platform). He is very inspirational and graced with a good sense of humour.

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It hurts when your loved one is gone

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It hurts when your loved one is gone

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Right from inception, I always saw my mom as warrior How she battled the tick-tock time to make sure she made the day before it made her With shoulders padded with grace that pre-pardoned my…

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WHEN GIRLS PONDER Does he find me pretty? Am I sexy enough to grace the cover page of his DP? Does he ever fantasize about me? And did he ever wish I was skinny or…

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Great is he that lives by dreams And he who lives not to dream for himself Stops not to have a break For consistency is what gets you great. Think of the founding fathers of…

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Mother do not deny me my fundamental human rights to life For I deserve same as yours Do not deprive me the essence of life’s privileges And use not my cradle blood as paint over…

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All hail the god of the millennium Make way as I slide through Like a dice of double six on a ludo board I am the finish line the young and old race for And…

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She’s just too beautiful Her eyes are two bright stars on a scary midnight And the retinas in them are waves giving signals to the antennas of every other Adam she sets eyes on She…

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They say this day was made to spread love to those we love Made for those special people who held the capsules of our heart in their medicated hands But it’s a bit awful that…

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Dear family My life like every other is a journey A perfect example of a withering flower And every passing day leads me close to my inevitable certainty When I depopulate earth Flowers will litter…

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We don’t need the beach Where the oceans climb the mountains of our feet Where the teaming stream sings the song of leisure and the sound of the sea collides with the walls of our…

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You were rich like crude oil An innumerable number of breathing glittering gold Your beauty was a silent sermon echoing through vast lands and kingdoms beyond You were a handful of dancing diamonds And those…

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From the eyes of a singer The world is music Carefully arranged in choruses and stanzas Made possible with strings and keys, beats and drums And without them, life is baseless And as each chord…

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THE WHOREHOUSE She dances in the shadows As darkness is a word her syllabus are all way too familiar with She’s unstable like the climate And her forecast is nothing but thunder storms and little…

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She handed me the book And its title became my muse As I stare at the cover page hoping to find answers to the question that marks an x on my chest What is wrong…

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