Poetry: Black Dress by Omemu Moyo Esther

Black Dress She is the whiny child in a black dress Covered in white hue and green lights Her table is filled with nature’s best Milk and honey, history tells of a merry fest Birthed in royalty and nurtured in Kingship She is adorned with silk and pricey velvet But alas! Her reality sings the …

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Poetry: Mistakes: The Greatest Minor Sin by Farouk Sanusi

 Mistakes: The Greatest Minor Sin Sometimes my heart weeps for the mistakes he did Divine forgiveness of my soul is Ali I need A new dawn has risen to heal my pains I wish my sins got taken for when it rains Ignorance is the greatest enemy of all I wish to be guided before …

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Poetry: Crazy World by Olajide Gbenga Emmanuel

CRAZY wORLD- pastoral poem Majority dwells where insanity dwells; Gun shots in the air are the throw-back of gravity from its bombshells. No vaccine nor antidote for those regiments gun down As vacuous vacilate souls from frown then drown. Little lads emaciated in the plight of hunger With sorts of displeasure and mockery by the …

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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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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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