Editorial | Speeches Induced By Libido; A Critical Essay By Mohamed Shamsu-Deen on Amoafowaa Sefa Cecilia’s ‘When His Pants Are Down’

“Uuh, I have a private jet under this bed; aah, I have given the material to a carpenter – to sow for you.” These expressions and more are often uttered by men when they are seeking consensual carnal knowledge.  According to the poem “When His Pants Are Down” by Amoafowaa Sefa Cecilia, men use all …

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Poetry: Letter Home by Olabayo Moses Tolulope

Maami, My hands are too heavy to greet this time For my heart is filled with tears Your early sun is now lost into eclipse of the green Despite father's songs of prodigal sons I've chosen this wild path of trials and troubles Tell father. The world has taught me patience And I've learnt that …

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Book Review: Mosobalaje Is An Inspiration; A comprehensive And Critical Review Of The ‘Running Anthology’

Download Running Anthology (pdf) poetry is always problematic and mysterious. Poets, readers, critics, and scholars define poetry based on their own definitions. However, the common conception that is used to refer to the poetry is that, form of literature, spoken or written, that emphasizes rhythm, other intricate patterns of sound and imagery, and the many …

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Poetry: Realms Of Fantasy And The Ultimate Reality by Sravani singampalli

Realms Of Fantasy And The Ultimate Reality The day you entered into my life I became the bird of paradise Your love made me euphoric Made me lose my marbles Even the water tasted like wine I could see you in everything You became my realm But the reality is We are not destined to …

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Published: The Running Anthology Initiated by Mosobalaje M. Abimbola

No one can deny running. What on earth does not run? In fact, Running is another name we bear. We wear it like an emblem in our chest. Here is an encounter with men who have reflected every man's daily hastiness to thrive. The poems in this anthology are soul. Reading Oris' foreword to this …

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Editorial: A Review Of Toby Abiodun’s ‘The Revolution’ by Adeniran Joseph

by Adeniran Joseph The beginning of the piece shows the intensity of the speaker towards the Nation/ everything around him - because his experiences are now part of him.   Listening to the Languages used are strictly metaphorical and a little bit of smile used to compare/contrast two similar things which he seems to be:Change. …

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