Do not strut; give a doubt and patiently go thro’ this deep poem from Moses. Here, the meaning of his poem is ironical to its title. Do not be confused. Read through: Alive and young, Old and dead Again, alive and ever young, Not growing old We live, one, ten, hundred We grow old Young,Okumaya devam edin ““DEATH AT TWO” by Nuhu Moses”
Again! Moses presents you with a narrative poem that reiterates the place of integrity in various aspects. He indirectly heralds our core values as Africans by painting an imagery of a ‘father-son’ kinda interaction that happens from generations to another. Here: Those days Times when every truth sold When honesty was truly the best policyOkumaya devam edin ““WHEN I WAS YOUR AGE” By Nuhu Moses”
Moses in “What if” expresses his hope of an unadulterated and all-encompassing relationship. Assumption is the palate with which the perfect picture is painted in this piece. Here: WHAT IF… What if you are mine? Friend, what if your soul be Knitted to mine? Shall we be absent? WeOkumaya devam edin ““WHAT IF…” – Nuhu Moses”
Here is Misturat in an explicit stanza of 15lines. She calls it “Fate”. Enjoy!