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Our time is like
An egg that broke after layed
Retrospecting our ancestors
Who had fought to defend eachs
Clan, race,and people.

I cried with unopened mouth
But heart of a burnig furnace
Reaching out to my thougts
How man have become vile
Man's heart is thin and flaccid
To even appraise the maker
Even in a second of no intricates
Heart, even in a second!
Our time should wear off quick
So that the confussion will less
As man does not want
To stay in peace than pieces
We better be crushed
Than to crush the future with confussion!


Prince Odimegwu Onwumere

Copyright 2004 Prince Odimegwu Onwumere

This poem was first published by www.poetry.com




















































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God bless all writers for they are the image of God.

When you insult a writer, you'er not doing the best for him.But when you correct him, you're a good friend.
Cheers !

Odimegwu Onwumere


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The following comments are for "Our Time"
by Princeo

our time
I liked the thought process, just be sure to check your grammer and spelling before posting, it definitely took alot away from this piece, which was quite good, keep writing, you are talented....Bob:)

( Posted by: poetryman [Member] On: September 22, 2004 )





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