Who is Gabriel T. Saah

Gabriel T. Saah is a Liberian Writer and Poet. He is the fifth son of his parents and he hails from the remote village of Gbarnla in Suakoko, Bong county. His father is Kissi Man from Kolahun, Lofa County and his mother a Kpelle woman from Gbarnla, Bong county. Gabriel is an innovative and talented Youth who believes in the transformation of the lives of people around him. He is the founder of the Bong Writes Education Movement an organization that pursues to promote literacy in Liberia. He is a student at the University of Liberia, reading Biomedical Science. ...
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Gabriel T. Saah Poems

  • When The Sun Rises At Dusk
    Release the gold and let me forget the days of old,
    Remember my spot let blood and sweat pass me the cup,
    Season my tears so I can't feed on fear,
    Label my path inorder not to get lost in my track. ...
  • When Calamity Rains
    The cloud never holds the bolts of lightning against her subordinate,
    Never inquire what's wrong with the Earth,
    But when the storm comes and the lights go off ,
    When the sun shines and dry the lands into desert, ...
  • I Was Once Your Friend
    The season of friendship hit by a truck of reality
    Draws the coil that binds to our neck the sins that
    Pushes our head above the head of our shoulders
    And drives us onto an unknown land where disgust lives in our heart. ...
  • The Palm Wine Tapper
    He is like the boy that chased Mary when her oranges just began curling up above her ribs,
    After getting even with her, he evacuated her premises and took away her juices,
    Leaving her with unwanted pregnancy,
    He chases each tree in the swamp that's ripe like the mangoes that fall in April, ...
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Calamity 2 Radiation 1 Desert 1 Subordinate 1 Suppression 1 Inquire 1 Agenda 1

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