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Hausa Poems - Poems about Hausa

Hausa Poems - Examples of all types of poems about hausa to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for hausa.
My Beautiful African Lionesses
...In my mind's eye I see this incredible vision that would make a beautiful African painting. Perhaps I shall try to make it real. I dedicate this poem to the women of Africa. Be inspired by Archan......Read More
Categories: hausa, africa, blessing, inspirational, light,
Form: Rhyme

A Worshipper Deserves Ones Wages
...If you walk up to her right now And before all eyes quickly bow, She will you her night's bed allow; Throughout the night address your slough, Her lands release for you to plough, Your rivals wa......Read More
Categories: hausa, imagination, lust, western, women,
Form: Rhyme
The Born To Rule Mentality
...In the fantasizing brains of all Nigerian Fulanis, Including their kindergarten still urinating on nannies; All the entries and exits within country’s Aso Rock To keep obeying their adjustable, Fu......Read More
Categories: hausa, africa, character, dream, people,
Form: Rhyme
Words of Young Generation - a Message To Nigerian Youth
...Please be informed: The Nigerian youths have agreed together in love and oneness that in 2023 presidential election and in every other elections, whether state or local government. We will not vo......Read More
Categories: hausa, 5th grade,
Form: ABC
Questions of Balance: a Jeremiad
...QUESTIONS OF BALANCE: A JEREMIAD Why is it at 70 politicians are still underage To assume political offices And at 30 youths are overage to begin a professional career? What divine strength ......Read More
Categories: hausa, abuse, africa, anxiety, corruption,
Form: Free verse

My Africa
...Africa!Africa My Africa A proud land of our forefathers Africa my jewel Your recipes of courage has been pass from generation to generation A continent carved out of glory A land blessed w......Read More
Categories: hausa, africa, black love, celebration,
Form: Narrative
...I do not know what I'll find if I pull off your hijab Perhaps a cobra lurks to bite Whose venom will kill wit I've bared my heart into sonnets Sadly you will never read them- you aren't letter......Read More
Categories: hausa, courage, girl, heart, how
Form: Free verse
My Mom
...TO MY MOM DADA ZOUWAIRATOU M YAUKI THE TRUEST HAUSA-FULANI The iron core of the whole family She stands with the long rooster First crow which tears up, praying, and Goes on laboring till the ......Read More
Categories: hausa, allah, blessing, childhood, culture,
Form: Free verse
Unity In Cultural Diversity
...The westerners eat Amala and Ewedu We eat Akpo and Ofe Nsala They dance Juju and Apala We dance bongo and atilogwu the beat of life. T^he Northerners speaks hausa whilst we speak igbo They marri......Read More
Categories: hausa, art, beautiful, , western,
Form: Free verse
Beauty of Irony
...when i look at you;a beautiful soul. when i look at you i see fireworks when i look at you i hear songs when i look at your i hear moans when i look at i hear angels when i look at you i hear ......Read More
Categories: hausa, confusion
Form: Narrative
Love On Net
...LOVE ON NET Nigeria’s a jungle though There’s a fairy She’s my first love on net Magamathy.,the sweetest She must be a bud Blooming across lush green leaves I feel the throb of her......Read More
Categories: hausa, lovegreen, love,
Form: Free verse
...CAUTION Excuse me....... Say to our Hausa fellow Tread with caution Niger is but the nest of sundry The deeds our patriots Drag not to the mud......Read More
Categories: hausa, peace
Form: Epigram
Christmas Rebels (2).
...But night’s bell came with tears and without love, As our bamboo door talked, “KNOCK! KNOCK!!” Before my voice could speak, Legs ruined down my door, Then eyes in different heights In the starr......Read More
Categories: hausa, adventure, black african american,
Form: Narrative
Blood Sprinkle For Religion
...A horrendous act that could only be imagined as Insidious and contemptuous Many were massacred Thousands displaced The Hausa Militias took over Zaria was in their palm A horrendous act That c......Read More
Categories: hausa, angst, death, faith, life,
Form: Free verse
My Daughter's Carrot.
...I am sorry, I am very sorry, This is for my daughter I mean my young, beautiful pet. That was it, the voice of my friend Who now prides himself Of another daughter across the street Only God......Read More
Categories: hausa, adventure, friendship, funny, people,
Form: Free verse

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