Poetry: The Fault In Our Stars By Olabisi Abiodun Akinwale

There is a way to hold creation in your tongue The way a boy folds his dreams In his mother's eyes In my head are a million cities With skies that holds broken stars I have learnt that the stars are virgins with stolen pride And no longer have a place in the heart of …

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Poetry: Spiritual Songs; A Trilogy by Adeniran Ogooluwa Joseph

Out Of Bound: [For people living out of revelation] This world is coming to an end,soon; Just watch how it cloud your eyes into a dirge song-- & how it could befall on your chest like a wall broken for autumn, Because soon: you will feel not your body again, You will run into houses …

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Why I consider Poetry an endangered art form – Interview Section with NLNG prizewinner Ikeogu Oke

Ikeogu Oke is the winner of the 2017 edition of the Nigeria Prize for Literature, an annual competition sponsored by NLNG. Mr. Oke’s collection of poems, The Heresiad, came tops from among 184 entries received for the competition. He was also awarded with a cash prize of $100, 000. A former standards editor and deputy …

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Unveiling The Hypocrisy Swept Under The Rug Of Religion; An Expository Essay On The Attainment Of Mental Freedom

At times I do wish I was born a freethinker, like everyone else could be born that way because to say but the truth, religion has done more harm than good to the human race. One major thing religion has offered is a grave sense of difference; as a Christan you cannot marry a Muslim …

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