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Poetry by Akor Emmanuel Oche

Three PoemsBy Akor Emmanuel OcheFriday, February 10, 2017.DÁDÁforte et forte,ash to ash. cremated,dust to dust. sentBy ill winds blowing without direction;we commit thee to mother earth,a blossoming flower stampededby the foots of thy kindred spirit.you came again,(but stayed a b..More

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