Poetry: Dark Lights by Ransom Muojekwu

Dark Lights Deep down a dark hole Of endless end Made lit by twinkling stars, Illuminating the beauty Of sapphires and pearls Carefully placed Side by side, Enthralling a beauty Of enormous artistry Steadily visited By swarm of celestial bodies, Is housed by a soul Full of pains and sorrows.   Biography: Name: Ransom Chukwuma …

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Poetry: For What Shall I Say? by Ridwan Adedeji Olanrewaju

For What Shall I Say? They came in millions of programming Programming that gave our blabbering tongues words to say Our stammering tongues coals to lit Pangs of ink and paper Home in on our fading shadows. In slippery glade, mighty men scattered Scattered like a river in flood Flood that sue us for our …

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Update: Books Reading and Rhythm Introduces Readers’ Connect 1.0, Themed Books Unploughed

Knowledge has a lot to do with understanding and intelligence has a lot to do with thinking, but our purpose of acquiring knowledge and staying intelligent has a lot to with what we get out of our understanding and thinking. The theme of this event "Books Unploughed" and another issue we will be talking about …

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Editorial: 10 Breathtaking Expressions From Tami Hoag’s Dark Horse (Part 1)

In her latest thriller, New York Times bestselling author Tami Hoag takes readers on a suspense-filled ride of shocks and twists leading to an explosive finish. It is the story of an ex-cop, a missing girl, and a killer locked in a race where there can be only one winner—and the losers die trying.... read …

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Poetry: Love At First Sound by Omemu Moyo Esther

Dear Lover, Rosy cheeks and dainty browns; cherubic glow and an angel’s halo Tales do say love at first sight; but I think ours was at first sound Your soothing inflections called my lonely heart The emotion behind them stirring up pure desires Your innocence drew me in like moth to flame And though our …

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Update: Olabisi Abiodun Akinwale Set To Release A Rose For My Country, Collection Of Poems

“A Poet’s work... To name the unnamed, to point at frauds, to take sides, starts arguments, shape the world and stop it from going to sleep” Salman Rushdie In a land of several unwarranted wanton killings where known killers are shielded from facing the law, a land where unknown gun men remain unknown forever. With …

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Call For Submission | Wakanda: Rewriting Africa

ACEworld Online Magazine is currently receiving entries from poets all across the globe. The goal of the contest is to appreciate the artistic brilliance of who can best interpret the movie, Black Panther. It remains a notable fact that one of the problems Africans have ever had is the inability to create forward looking ideologies. …

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Editorial: Ten Powerful Lines From Toby Abiodun’s ‘The revolution’ That Will Make you Moonwalk On Water Undrowned

We already got a review for this wonderful spoken word from ACEworld's editor, Adeniran Joseph. From Adeniran's words; I see things from the other side, because Toby’s words are too experimental to define. His dictions are more than source of inspiration to the deafness of our sense. So, when we pick some literary devices that …

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