Book: At last the Bird sings by Joseph Nnabugwucategories: Book, Love and Lost, Life and Work, Beauty, Happiness, Leadership, Justice and Rights, Friendship, Relationship, Truth and Falshood, Poem, Contrasts, Common Joy, Poetry
Joseph Nnabugwuabout this book: At last the Bird sings is a collection of poems of love, lost, beauty, growth and soul-searching. It's a journey into the wild of contrasts, friendships, stupidity and migration. It paints pictures of blessing, happiness, joy and peace as perspective concepts and considers forgiveness, life, work, rights and justice as fundamental to humanity's success.
It's a product of the author's lived-experience, observations, interactions, disappointments, and courage. It searches for answers to some questions about many things in life. One example is leadership.
What does it mean to follow a leader? Can one stop following the decisions of a leader and make one's decisions to follow? Can the led ever learn enough?
I try to put, at times nothingness and absurdity in poetry and some other times compare 'standards' and the 'given' to arrive at some conclusions and decisions. My writings come from the heart and some life-situations.
Please, remember that I'm not perfect. I will like to have your comments and reviews. Read and enjoy! Many thanks.
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