June 9, 2016 Poetry , POETRY / FICTION

Kyle Thompson



Ngozi Olivia Osuoha






Woman into a man

Man out of a woman

The third gender

Proudly transgender.


Free to walk

Within a border,

Free to talk

No threat, no murder.


The quest for stardom

No privacy, but public,

Protestant or catholic

The bits of boredom.


Freedom of choice

You pay the price,

Golden, a voice

You cry thrice,

Though you are nice

You fall once,

Whether for a slice

Prejudice or injustice.


Freedom of religion

To sting like scorpion

Freedom of companion

Though you kill a champion.


Freedom of education

But race and association,

Freedom of naturization

Yet tribal with marginalization.


Freedom to live

Yet right to die

Freedom to believe

Yet impunity to lie.










Ngozi Olivia Osuoha

Ngozi Olivia Osuoha is a young writer from Nigeria. From a family of eight, including both parents she is the second daughter but fourth child. She read Estate Management and has some experience in Banking and Broadcasting.

She has published some works in a Liberian magazine, Ghanian news platform and an Indian poetry publication.

Many of her works have gone abroad for evaluation and publication. She wrote the longest poems/rhymes in the world, yet to be published. Writing is life.


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