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Gender Power Printable Version PRINTABLE VERSION
by Peculiar Ediomo-Abasi, Nigeria Feb 4, 2009
Human Rights , Gender Equality , Civil Society   Poetry

  

She was to lead a group of males,
But, "NO!" she blurted. "I'm female."
Quite a lot she could have achieved
But engraved in her emotions,
It determined her direction.

The ego—he had it quite much!
But if he hadn't bragged too much,
Quite a lot he would have achieved.
He was just so full of himself,
And got things down all for himself.

Being a female is not a crime.
A male! Also not a crime.
The very best can be achieved.
Everyone has will power,
Added to all one’s power.

Gender is a place to belong,
Where one’s might is uniquely made strong.
All is certain to be achieved,
If we appreciate our will power
And utilize our gender power.





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Peculiar Ediomo-Abasi


Hello great leaders, buddies and pals, I am Peculiar Ediomo-Abasi, a poet. I reach out to adolescents through my poems on issues concerning their growing up, and have had the opportunity of doing so on air for two years, and in some magazines. I was a co-presenter on Allam Bloo Laughter World TV Show, presenting the segment of the program known as the special appetizer on MBI TV and the Galaxy TV.

I am the on-line editor of the Youth Magazine Atmosphere of success, the editor of School life Magazine and a prolific writer on motivational, inspirational and youth oriented topics, with published works in many youth magazines and on the internet.

I was a Youth Assistant with Action Health Incorporated (AHI) www.actionhealthinc.org where I facilitated health education sessions for young people, encouraged innovative approaches on reproductive health among young people to promote behavioral change and also contributed articles to the Growing up newsletter. I am a regular performer at WAPI- a monthly talent hunt show organized by the British Council. I am a good compeer, compeering in events such as the Teenage Festival of Life (TFL), organized by AHI with an audience not less than 2500 young people and dignitaries. I am a motivational speaker in talk shows and youth oriented programs. I am a member of the New Naija Club. I have been recognized as the most talented youth of the year and also the best joke writer of the year. I have had official trainings in Basic Sexuality Education and YSDP.

I am in love with music. I play the jazz drum. I while away my free time playing chess, listening to music and reading etc. I appreciate writers and speakers like Dr Ben Carson, Mr Fela Durotoye, Mr Gbenga Sesan, Pastor Mathew Ashimolowo, Miss Toyosi Akerele, Dr Sols Fola Alade, Pastor Sam Adeyemi, Mr Zigi Ziglar, Pastor T.D Jakes and Mr Tim LaHaye etc. I love making friends with positive and great minded people like you. Do reach me on peculiar4uonnet@yahoo.com, Find me and add me s a friend on www.facebook.com. +2348025930865. Chatting with you would be a profound pleasure. Thank you!
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Beautifully made...
Emperor Omorogiuwa Edionseri | Feb 28th, 2009
This poem is good and beautifully made. It reminds of those opportunities we've had and how we used it but the later part makes us to understand that we can still do what we could, would and should do. Thanks for sharing this, Miss.

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