Wednesday, September 25, 2013

II. Tribute to Prof Kofi Awonoor: When Meaning Eludes Us by Celestine Nudanu

The series continue with the tribute to Kofi Awoonor with a series of poems from Celestine Nudanu of . I will create a space for anyone who wants a platform to share their tribute to Awoonor.
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When Meaning Eludes Us

winds of death
sweep in a convulsing arc
we strive for meaning

we strive for meaning
in a world of blood and tears
frozen in our hearts

frozen in our hearts
grief blurs with unspoken words
nation mourns her son

nations mourn her sons
as Africa kills her sun
we strive for meaning


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