Monthly Archives: July 2013


Reproof Just as my child brings his broken toys with tears for me to mend, I took my broken dreams to God because He was my Friend. But then . . . instead of leaving Him in peace to work alone, I hung around and tried to help with ways that were my own. At […]

In the hollow of His hand

Hollow of His Hand In that hollow I retreat In that hollow I recline In that hollow I relax In that hollow I rend In that hollow I respire In that hollow I reside (6/11/13)

In our minds

Some memories never leave us, this is the case of my good friend John Benjamin Annoh-Quarshie who passed on five years ago-10th July 2008. This poetry is dedicated to his memory. In our minds Tho’ you took the wind Out of our sails When you so hastily Departed that day We remember you Still Fresh […]

America Mine

America Mine The Land Land of destiny Land of opportunity Land of great people Land of not –so- great Land of fame Land of infamy Land of heroes Land of non-heroes Land of joy Land of sorrow Land of success Land of failure Land of similarities Land of contrasts The Country Between the Atlantic and […]