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by gabriel babatunde oluwakorede, Nigeria Aug 11, 2005
Citizen Journalism   Poetry


As I peruse the sky there are stars, which form a galaxy.
But I observe a star as it glitters.
As I do research around rocks
there are stones, which gleam.
But I discover a diamond as it sparkles.
Though the stars which form galaxy
have great potentiality for brightness,
the star I observe overwhelms them.
Though the stones that gleam
are so precious, the diamond
I discover is worth billions of them.
Good gifts from nature
exist in the brains of all humans,
but how i cherish my brainchild
as the crown of all!



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gabriel babatunde oluwakorede

I am a young man whose dream is to reform the world through poetry. I was nominated as "Poet of the year" for 2003 by Maryland-based International Society of Poets. Though I was unable to attend the convention for a reason, I still find joy in my achievement.

I do not have an organization of my own, but I plan to have one soon. I am looking forward to joining so many governmental organizations, and meeting poets of like minds. I believe so much in poetry, and it has been my platform for everyday activity.
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