Daily Poems

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Xlibris Corporation, Mar 29, 2010 - Poetry - 194 pages
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I was born and raised in Tindikro (down the hills) a village located in the deep North Savannah of Cote d’Ivoire(West Africa). At the age of seven, I went to school when the first missionaries came to my hometown to build a school for us, at first most of the villagers refused to attend the meeting and said “school having bad effects on our children”. As my father was a secretary, he has to give the example. About thirteen, I was the village’s celebrity; many children followed me later on. I moved to another city to continue my studies in high school. Many years later, I tasted the sweetness of writing and ....
 

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Contents

Grandfather and the Tree
107
He is the Only
109
Hopping the Saint Light
110
How old are you World?
111
I Am Not Handsome
112
I do not know why
113
I feel Ill at Ease
114
I Know Its Name
115

My Favorite Food
26
My Heart out
27
My Holidays on the Beach
28
My Homeland
29
My Hopes
31
My Loneliness
32
My Pen
33
My Shadow
34
My Sweet
35
My Wallet
36
My Witness
37
No Longer at Ease
38
No One but You
40
Nothing But   
41
On the Road to   
42
On the Run
43
Over There   
44
Peace
45
Perhaps it Will come a Day when    Everybody will be Happy
46
Power Rhythm and Sound of Letters
47
Prayer
49
Reform in the Orchard
50
Rent Bills and Others Where is my Wallet?
51
Rise up in the Savannah
54
Rose says
55
School Girls
56
Somebody
57
Somewhere and Nowhere
58
The Absolute
59
The Baobab Tree Falls Apart
60
The Blue
62
The Blue Tears
63
The Burning Country
64
The Charmer
65
The Courage
66
The Deported Hero
67
The Disaster
68
The Disease of the Century
69
The Dream
70
The Faraway Look
71
The Future
72
The Goddess
73
You Share this with Me
74
A Days Wait
75
A Girl and Her Grandma
76
A Hat for Father
78
A Journey in Fall
79
A Long Night
81
A Motherless Boy
82
A Rose for Moms
83
A Rose for Mothers
84
A Voice Into Darkness
85
A Week in the City
87
A Wreath for the Mothers
89
Am I the Worst?
90
At Heirs
91
At Moonlight
92
By my Window
93
By the River Shore
94
Captives
95
Crazy Love
96
Darling do not go
97
The Earth
98
Elements of Tate
99
Fifty and One States
101
For My Friend
103
Forever Racer
105
God the Greatest
106
I love Her
116
I need you
117
I Will Go Over There
118
In Love with A Ghost
120
In spite of the heavy rain
122
Journey in the Desert
123
Lost in the Dust
124
Love2
125
Love Disease
126
Love is Blind
127
You and Me
128
The Golden Word
129
The Grasshoppers
130
The Homesick
131
The Letter
132
The Invisible
133
The Letter
137
The Night
138
The Look
139
The Lost Palace
140
One People One Goal The Man In My Objective
141
The Missed Call
144
The Morning
145
The Natty Dawn
146
The Night
147
The OutCast
148
The Patience
149
The Picnic on the Hill
150
The Procession
151
The Promised Land
152
The Prophet of the Century
153
The Rebel Bad Guide
154
The Regulation
155
The Research into Darkness
156
The Revert
157
The Rose
158
The Sacred Drum
159
The Signature
160
The Siren
161
The Stigma
162
The Summer Girl
163
The SunPerpetual Racer
164
The Three Diamond Keys of the Greatest
167
The Time T
168
The Truth
169
The village School
170
The Virgin
171
The Virtuous
172
The Walk Towards   
173
The White
174
There is Nothing Better
175
To my Children
176
To My Daughter Sita
177
To my Mother
178
Two Thousand Ten
180
Poem
181
Under Waterfall
182
Watch your Steps
183
What Else?
184
Where are you?
185
Who is the Bottom?
186
Why?
187
Work I ought to You too
188
You show me wrong But   
189
Aknowledgements
191
About the Author
193
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I was born and raised in Tindikro (down the hills) a village located in the deep North Savannah of Cote d'Ivoire(West Africa). At the age of seven, I went to school when the first missionaries came to my hometown to build a school for us, at first most of the villagers refused to attend the meeting and said "school having bad effects on our children". As my father was a secretary, he has to give the example. About thirteen, I was the village's celebrity; many children followed me later on. I moved to another city to continue my studies in high school. Many years later, I tasted the sweetness of writing and ....

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