All posts by Dike Dyke Williams

Dike Dyke Williams is an Author with Inner Child Press U.S.A., a Blogger, Gospel Songwriter, Inspirational Speaker, and the Publisher of Pearls Magazine in Nigeria. He was awarded twice for his poetry by the Creative Writers’ Workshop, University of Benin, Nigeria. Dyke has contributed to world peace through his poetry, joining poets from different countries of the world to publish their peace poetry on the World Peace World Healing Poetry anthology in 2012. He blogs on wordpress via www.dykedikewilliams.wordpress.com

The Poison Of Corruption.

A proverb in eastern Nigeria goes thus: when one finger brings palm oil, it soils the rest fingers. This is the way with corruption. Defined by the Oxford Advanced Learner’s dictionary as ‘dishonest or illegal behavior, especially of people in authority’, corruption starts from leadership. The reason is that, power rests with leadership, and a … Continue reading The Poison Of Corruption.

The Seventh Experience.

The Seventh Experience.

The sun did part, and the slow time before me ticked into evening’s half moon… Night lights at the square, like the place where sun unset remains… Flood of praise drizzled like rain; we began to soak into God, until overwhelmed with downpour, life was flooded with praise… Perfect times seized the night, we cannot … Continue reading The Seventh Experience.

Midnight.

Midnight.

POEM 1. It’s midnight, the sun awoke for million hours in the day; the Shepherd gathers sheep for prepared pastures, while the beggars manage home with hope…. The close of the sun leaves tiny trace for the way home, until the midnight-tick of the clock…. From ‘FLY’: new poetry anthology. ****************************************************************** POEM 2. SOULS GO … Continue reading Midnight.