I am a Girl


I’m a girl

I’m also human, not a bedpan
I deserve to be adorned with pearl not
I’m a girl, a skirl
I am not ment for kitchen because
I’m not a lichen,
I am not meant only for the bedroom
Because I’m from the womb not tearoom.
I’m a girl not a thurl
I am not meant to carry tray but I can pray also.
I’m a girl not a curl
I am not meant to stay at home I can gloam than a boy
I’m a girl an earl not a knurl
I’m not born by chance not by mistake
I deserve to be a child not a slave
You slap

Give me a space
I deserve to smile at the sun
Please don’t murder my dreams

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Yakubu Daniel is a multi-talented undergraduate student of federal university of Maiduguri he is a young man of immense potential, a poet, lyricist, musician and a motivational speaker. He holds from Borno state part of Nigeria where he writes. He started writing as career early 2015, even though he was faced with several challenges of insecurity; he has never allowed it put him asunder. He has several of his works published in magazines and numerous blogs among include power poetry, Zen pens, ujasmanblog and etc. He is currently working on his debut book and so many writings and songs that would soon hit the nail. His hobbies are writing, singing and travelling.



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