Who is Lee Mendy Imuede

Lee Imuede, who hails from Edo State, was born in Enugu on the 29th October, 1988. He attended his Primary education in Taraba State, finished his secondary education in Uromi in Edo state and later went back to Taraba State where he had his university education at Federal University Wukari where he studied English language and Literary Studies. He graduated in 2017 and had since been teaching English language, Phonetics and Literature in various secondary schools in Taraba State were he currently resides. ...
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Lee Mendy Imuede Poems

  • The Loved: A Poem Of Utter Appreciation
    I am dead
    And when, by some Muse, awakened
    I die again killed and decayed
    My death is the lauded lingerie ...
  • Love's Vagaries: (a Sonnet And Dirge)
    Love is to every life the uncanniest response,
    For by it are the indulgence of life woven.
    Love is the lulling hat that curbs the bonce,
    For to it, indeed, is the thinking head cloven. ...
  • On Such Day
    On such day of sundry memories
    When the sky's in all its colours best
    And the moon, its yellow glow gees
    With yearning earth; its fervour fest ...
  • Our Place
    Our place is a malady.
    With actors and potentates in its midlands
    Out of whose mouths go guileful pledges. 
    So it is when they seek a seat. ...
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Samuel Taylor Coleridge Poem
This Lime-Tree Bower My Prison
 by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

[Addressed to Charles Lamb, of the India House, London]

In the June of 1797 some long-expected friends paid a visit
to the author's cottage; and on the morning of their arrival,
he met with an accident, which disabled him from walking
during the whole time of their stay. One evening, when they
had left him for a few hours, he composed the following
lines in the garden-bower.

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