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The Princess and the beautiful road

THE PRINCESS AND THE BEAUTIFUL ROAD

1.	The Princess:

A generation ago in the month of October
A first fruit gifted the world a Princess
She was nurtured with the vital ingredients
She grew into a damsel with great prowess
She grazed and dazzled the walkways of Pageants
Her appellation of "the journey road is beautiful"
Is just as truthful as it is wonderful
With her it appears a lifelong voyage to remember

2.	The African Scene:

She is a Princess with rich cultural splendour
Akin to the Hispanic angels from Guadalajara
Her panache occupies the desert sands of the Sahara
Up to the grasslands of the Sahel Savannah
Meandering through River Nile and Lake Limpopo
Across the skies from Mount Drakensberg to Kilimanjaro
Adding to her African heritage, morals and honour
She is a panacea for all of mankind's Wahala

3. The Royal Garden:

In the garden of her divine Royalty
Happiness, laughter and joy blossoms
Like a Bird of Paradise, she illuminates the orchards
With fragrance eclipsing Roses, Lotuses and Orchids
A view bettering a Hibiscus, Tulip and a Cherry Blossom
Surpassing the scenery created by Dahlias and Gazanias
She could easily replicate the sight of Utopia
Bringing forth convalesce, empathy and serenity

4.	The Significance:

The lyrics of this romance script
Have always been preserved in my manuscripts
Altogether, she portrays my perfect imagination
The shadow of her smile personifies my vivid emotions
She encourages my positive dreams and aspirations
And aligns my templates in best permutations
While helping me to soar above my limitations
In preparation of a lifetime of true love, care and affection.

Jideofor.Obidike as "The Plantagenet"

Copyright © Jideofor Obidike | Year Posted 2019



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A SYNOPSIS OF LOVE

A SYNOPSIS OF LOVE:

Love is not a folklore appreciated only in hindsight
Nor a fairytale told only to children under the moonlight
Love is real but rare as gem, like diamond and amethyst
It is far more valuable than magnetite and cassiterite 
Yet amazingly ubiquitous like sand and laterite
To all of mankind; a holy book reader or atheist

To the lucky brethren, love is an Angel Divine
Springing forth joy, peace and harmony from within the spine
It is the golden gaze of the early morning sun
To the unlucky, love is a demon from the depths of Hades
Stealing sleep, creating chaos and the denial of fun
It is a ghost of darkness from the shadows of the shades

Love vanquishes all evil; human or demonic
It reconciles all enemies; foreign or domestic
Upholding the edicts of Emperor Constantine
Amplifying the idea and sacrifice of St Valentine
It is the only stimulant, consumed not in clandestine
That can purge the cholera of war out of humanity's intestine

Some of us may have loved, lost and seen trauma
And during our period of perplexity and dozens of drama
We may have cursed and wished to bath with molten magma
But love heals, it forgives and overpowers the concept of Karma
True love is so beautiful that it creates a sweet panorama
I pray it finds you, for it soothes and pampers like spa and sauna

Jideofor.Obidike as ‘The Plantagenet’

Copyright © Jideofor Obidike | Year Posted 2019

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The Princess and the beautiful road

THE PRINCESS AND THE BEAUTIFUL ROAD

1.	The Princess:

A generation ago in the month of October
A first fruit gifted the world a Princess
She was nurtured with the vital ingredients
She grew into a damsel with great prowess
She grazed and dazzled the walkways of Pageants
Her appellation of "the journey road is beautiful"
Is just as truthful as it is wonderful
With her it appears a lifelong voyage to remember

2.	The African Scene:

She is a Princess with rich cultural splendour
Akin to the Hispanic angels from Guadalajara
Her panache occupies the desert sands of the Sahara
Up to the grasslands of the Sahel Savannah
Meandering through River Nile and Lake Limpopo
Across the skies from Mount Drakensberg to Kilimanjaro
Adding to her African heritage, morals and honour
She is a panacea for all of mankind's Wahala

3. The Royal Garden:

In the garden of her divine Royalty
Happiness, laughter and joy blossoms
Like a Bird of Paradise, she illuminates the orchards
With fragrance eclipsing Roses, Lotuses and Orchids
A view bettering a Hibiscus, Tulip and a Cherry Blossom
Surpassing the scenery created by Dahlias and Gazanias
She could easily replicate the sight of Utopia
Bringing forth convalesce, empathy and serenity

4.	The Significance:

The lyrics of this romance script
Have always been preserved in my manuscripts
Altogether, she portrays my perfect imagination
The shadow of her smile personifies my vivid emotions
She encourages my positive dreams and aspirations
And aligns my templates in best permutations
While helping me to soar above my limitations
In preparation of a lifetime of true love, care and affection.

Jideofor.Obidike as "The Plantagenet"

Copyright © Jideofor Obidike | Year Posted 2019

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The Gazelle

The Gazelle!!!

The morning cock crows
And the feeling grows
Towards the daedal damsel
With the gaze of a gazelle

She is an enigma
A portrait with dimples
The opera of the steeples
And with an accolade for charisma

In the center of my fantasy
She gives me a frenzied insomnia
The feeling of euphoria
And the smooth warmth of ecstasy


Jideofor.Obidike
as "The Plantagenet"

Copyright © Jideofor Obidike | Year Posted 2019

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SubSaharan Bride

SubSaharan Bride:

There was a huge everlasting impression
As he unveiled her with great fascination
Firstly, in a fantasy of his vivid emotions
She becomes his past, present and future
Lastly, with bliss and high degree passion
Saying “I do”, she totes his nomenclature

She symbolizes the beauty of simplicity
As she epitomizes the simplicity of beauty
She is the pearl gem on a prized ornament
And a crown trophy of an epic tournament
Her panache heals wounds like bandages 
As her aura speaks all the love languages


She is by far the most beautiful creature
In all the vast lands of Sub Saharan Africa
With unique, elegant and heavenly features
She outshines the portrait of the Mona Lisa
The glow and glitter from her sparkly eyes
Brings wonder to Welcomes and Goodbyes

True love knows not your past situation
Nor cares about your present location
It will find you even in your self isolation
It will subdue your denials and hesitation
It will revitalize your focus and dedication
In the end, Congratulations and Jubilation

Jideofor.Obidike as “PlantagenetKing”

Copyright © Jideofor Obidike | Year Posted 2020



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SubSaharan Bride

SubSaharan Bride:

There was a huge everlasting impression
As he unveiled her with great fascination
Firstly, in a fantasy of his vivid emotions
She becomes his past, present and future
Lastly, with bliss and high degree passion
Saying “I do”, she totes his nomenclature

She symbolizes the beauty of simplicity
As she epitomizes the simplicity of beauty
She is the pearl gem on a prized ornament
And a crown trophy of an epic tournament
Her panache heals wounds like bandages 
As her aura speaks all the love languages


She is by far the most beautiful creature
In all the vast lands of Sub Saharan Africa
With unique, elegant and heavenly features
She outshines the portrait of the Mona Lisa
The glow and glitter from her sparkly eyes
Brings wonder to Welcomes and Goodbyes

True love knows not your past situation
Nor cares about your present location
It will find you even in your self isolation
It will subdue your denials and hesitation
It will revitalize your focus and dedication
In the end, Congratulations and Jubilation

Jideofor.Obidike as “PlantagenetKing”

Copyright © Jideofor Obidike | Year Posted 2020