Who is Ifeanyichukwu Onwughalu

Ifeanyichukwu Onwughalu is a husband, father, poet, realtor, entrepreneur and an ex-banker. He is a native of Ojoto, Idemili South Local Government Area, Anambra State, Nigeria. A nephew of the late legendary poet Christopher Ifekandu Okigbo. Ifeanyichukwu expresses his view of life through his poems and derives so much inspiration from Christopher Okigbo, late Nobel Laurette, Nelly Sachs amongst others. He is a graduate of University of Jos with B.A. English and University of Calabar with PGD (Management) and MBA, respectively. ...
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Ifeanyichukwu Onwughalu Poems

  • It's Hard To Breathe
    it's hard to breathe. when
    mosquitoes sing. with their queen -

    too heavy to fly ...
  • Sit-at-home
    Empty streets, distraught zone
    It's quiet and empty in all places
    In fear and tears we walk alone
    Forlorn looks on saddened faces ...
  • Shamed Cop
    Sainted thief
    Thieving saint
    Decorated. ...
  • Flashes
    in midst of vicissitudes
    you say
    let bygones be bygones
  • May Day, May Day Kharkiv On Fire!
    A city once vibrant. Flourishing -

    now filled with pain and fear:
    Desolate. Such that her belly is emptied: citizens on the run... ...
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Tomorrow 4 Morning 4 Country 4 Grave 3 Nation 3 Long 3 Abundance 2 Guilty 2 Body 2 Independence 2

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