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Wemimo

In the beginning Wemimo The long road that led to the stream was very silent and a strange unusual feeling hung in the air, as she walked alone towards the stream she could hear the noise of the leaves under her feet. The once green leaves now brown were scattered on the flow dancing to … Continue reading Wemimo

Babble on

Babble on

Babble on babble on oh! You ranting soul. Dream of many woes your land has seen and known. Dream of tales that grow on granny‚Äôs dandy head. Life goes on they say in tunnels ever trust. Light lingers on for the heart filled with hope. A dance for your foot oh! Maiden undefiled. Kanem Boronu … Continue reading Babble on

My Plight

My Plight

Alone I sat in humble plight. Bleak! The brimming mess of a murky world heavy like Olumo wreathed on my neck My eyes amid torrid tears and roving then I asked: what is it about? About helpless bemoaning children scampering about in want of sourless milk About pregnant children heavy with quasioko what is it … Continue reading My Plight