Society Has Lost Its Senses ( Lifestyle poem of the day)

Society has lost it
Lifestyle poem of the day
Society has lost its senses
That society of ours whose humans are not human

Those humans who get …

Chains Of Freedom ( Poem of the day )

Poem of the day from ODP our daily poetry factory in 247inafrica.com
Chains of freedom a poem
CHAINS OF FREEDOM
The sun has shone today

But am not sure how much gleam it has brought…

Words ( Poem of the day )

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Words poem of the day from our daily poetry factory
Words

Words, how do we define words?

Without it being too wordy?

Without …

Soninke Language Of The Gold Coast ( Ghana ).

The gold coast
The gold coast (Ghana).

Ghana’s freedom was recorded as the first independent black republic in Africa that Kwame Nkrumah and his companions decided to …

Ijele Masquerade The King Of All Masqurades.

Ijele masquerade in Igbo land
Ijele masquerade in Igbo land performing at a ceremony

Our culture is our heritage which depicts our way of life,among the Igbos of which …

As A Being ( Poem of the day )

As a being, poem of the day from ODP FACTORY our daily poetry factory in 247inafrica.com
As a being, poem of the day
As a being

I’ve always wished

To be a majestic king

One so strict

If you …

Correlations Between Igbo Traditions And Bible Quotations.

Igbo tradition
Igbo traditions in correlation with Bible Quotations
History and DNA test have proven that some of Igbo tradition and cultures have existed After …

Felt ( Poem of the day )

Felt ( Poem of the day from our daily poetry factory in 247inafrica.com )
Felt ( poem of the day)
There are stars you haven’t seen

Loves you haven’t loved

Sunlights you haven’t felt

Sunrises yet to …

IGBO’S The Mighty Tribe In Nigeria.

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Igbo traditional Wear
Igbos

Igbos are one of the greatest ethnic groups in Nigeria today, located at the Eastern part of the country …

Nigeria Mike Tyson ( Killi We Nwachukwu Of Igbo Land )

Killi we nwachukwu
Killi we nwachukwu perform his acrobatics

“Killi-We” Nwachukwu (1932) was for more than two decades celebrated as a homegrown Nigerian “superman.” Some of …