Ezigbo Enyi M

Poem By Eziudo Michael Nwachukwu

Enyi m, ezigbo enyi m
I budi nwanne m ka I bu nwanna m
Enyi m onye kwo m n'azu ukwu m na-eru ala
Kee nke i meere m I no na-akoghari
Enyi m, ezigbo enyi m
Onye agbatobi m nke m ji eme onu
Ezigbo enyi m bu maramara n'ihu gwompiti n'azu
Onye n'eme ka o na enyere m aka mana so ochi k'ona
achi m
I ga aburu m ezigbo m ezigbo agbatobi m

Enyi m, ezigbo enyi m
Cheta kwa na mgbe ikuku fere ka otule okuko na ekpuhe
Ihe a na-eme na nzuzo ga emecha puta ihe
Were ire gi guo eze gi onu
Onweghi ihe m ga-agwa onye ji mma aga m n'azu
Ruo mgbe m choro isi m acho ma ahughi m ya

Enyi m, ezigbo enyi m
Buru kwa enyi m n'uto na uju ya.

Comments about Ezigbo Enyi M

thank you sir Edward
sure sir Edward, thank you
Kee nke i meere; onye ji mma ? A very nice Ibo Poem. Thanks for sharing.

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