Vic’Adex: “When You See Me”
“My mother says that if God ever seats on a seesaw, it would only take love to move Him.” This is Vic’Adex second poem in a series of spoken words calling for peace and harmony. The video features scenes from North-Eastern Nigeria.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Vic’Adex is a Nigerian poet known for his staccato flow and thought-provoking poems that resonate with themes calling for freedom and emancipation of the downtrodden. He is quite popular for his poem, “#MenNotGods”, a poem that won the best poem at the national poetry slam (War of Words). Since then, He has gone ahead to promote poetry @60SecondsPoetry. He is currently contributing to humanitarian intervention in north-east Nigeria.
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