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He Wasn't a Coward But a Voice Drawing Ears on His Body || Yahuza Abdulkadir

 

 Yahuza Abdulkadir


that boy who broke

a bottle of sniper into his mouth

wasn't a coward

he was just tired of romancing

the word "I'm okay"

while shirts of depression

are clothing his blood

tell me — when grief grew

wings on his shoulders —

did you stop them from flying with his body?

he was a sad poem

in the eyes of his readers

but they couldn't see that every line

in the poem came from the stanzas

running in his broken veins

and yesterday he chose to answer

the voices calling him to find rest in

the sands of silence




 ABOUT THE POET:


YAHUZA ABDULKADIR is a Nigerian writer and poet. He is an undergraduate student pursuing a degree in Earth Science at the prestigious University of Maiduguri. He is a member of Hill-top Creative Arts Foundation. 

His works are published in Poemify Publishers Inc, Spillwords, Susa Africa, Terror House Magazine, Kalahari Review, Konya Shams Rumi, Teen Lit Journal, ILA Magazine, OneBlackBoyLikeThatReview, Opinion Nigeria, The Daily Reality, Today Post, Melbourne Corner Culture and elsewhere. 

When he is not writing, he engages in social and humanitarian activities in his community. Yahuza also believes in promoting peaceful coexistence among people to help in building a better society..






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  1. More ink to your pen the Sky will be your Starting

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