He carefully imagines the safety of innocent children in the midst of bomb blasts. "Will my son ever grow/In the land of Bombs. Will my son ever be free/In the land of the bombs. " etc. (21) The poem is an attempt to leave a substance of guilt in the heart of the bombers for possible reconciliation. On August 26, 2011, the bombers did their worst when the United Nations House was bombed at Abuja. Sani remembers the sad day in a poem he entitled I Dreamt of a World of Peace. He expresses in the poem, the shock, disappointment and possible consequences that the action left after a year. Though gold may be a precious luster, but the poet says in I Need not a Land of Gold (30) that peaceful coexistence is more precious than gold.
cities known for peace initially.
Advocating for peace at all cost, Sani blows his poetic trumpet in The Weapons of Peace, condemning war, proffering alternatives. "Use you diggers to build a temple of peace/Use your swords to slay ignorance/Use your matchets to cut down intolerance" (35). In what sounds like a letter to the unborn children, the poet must have recommended in I Have Seen War in my Time (37) that incessant killing must end with this generation. Sani aptly remembers the world Generals of peace in Be a Man (62), describing them according to their respective worth to immortalise the need for peace in the land. His endless list includes Alfred Nobel, William Penn, Martin Luther King, Mahatma Gandhi, Yessar Arafat among others. Before You Kill in page 82 warns killers of its consequences. It reminds them of the sorrow it will bring, the pain it will inflict, the lives it will shatter and Adidas Originals Gazelle 2 Junior Trainers
child who needs freedom/We gave him bondage. /For the child who needs happiness/We gave him sorrow"The poet could not help but to rain heap of curses on the killers in Living By The Gun. The poem flows with the tears in the anger of the worried poet. It partly reads: "you live by the gun/and never will you live in peaceyou live by the gun/and never will you Adidas Gazelle Og Khaki live in honour" (16)The poet suddenly becomes a preacher in Peace of the Mind (19) as he counsels the ignorant killers about the subject of peace. He reminds them that it is the peaceful state of mind that would free their heart from hatred, fear, burden and pain. In A Day of Peace, the poet dreams about the end of the war when there would be no more murder, disharmony, injustice and violence. Sound of bombshell rocking the cities of the North have sacked and scared away the peace of the land. Therefore in The Land of Bombs, the poet ruminates on the anxiety in the Adidas Gazelle Olive Green
he killers of the imminent repercussion ahead of time as it preaches how it hunts and hacks the felon. In an attempt to show his rejection of the terms of war songs on the lips of the 'murderers', the poet explains in For the Child that Need Peace how painful it is to face derision at the hour of expectation. It reads: "For the Adidas Gazelle Trainers 2 - Black/Cyan Blue
the widows it will make. Die with Honour, a poem dedicated to23 year old Miss Francisca Ngozi, who was killed by robbers for resisting rape on July 29,.
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