In Memoriam: Philip Agbebia Agba BY JONATHAN ABANG-UGBAL

In Breaking News, Columnists, Health, Opinion

‘Is death the last sleep? No, it is the last and final awakening.’
…Sir Walter Scott

Gentle yet rock solid,
your actions,
Feeble yet firmly rooted,
your strides.

Today? Memories for lovers
Yesterday? Thoughts for brothers
Tomorrow? Nostalgia for others
Presently? Damn! scream thy co-workers.

Mien? Yours, Brother man, it left wonders
Hard? For motherland, we did toiled
Help? The other man, we always rushed
Death? The game man, it’s not over.

Cry less we all said to
your family,
For ye to rest well
Dear Philip.

Rest In Peace: Philip Agbebia Agba
4/4/1985 – 1/2/2020

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