All posts by Emeka Oji-Dike

Shadows  from The Past

The horrors of her past haunts She jerks and convulses when in the act She tries so hard to conceal it but Her lackadaisical response betrays Whenever she feels lascivious The images come running to mind They appear like shadows in reality Then, her frigidity comes alive She has always met the Selfish Who come … Continue reading Shadows  from The Past

“Friendly Foes”

The drum of Injustice reverberates and resonates throughout our discordant, polygamy of a forced fusion. Our Leaders obsequiously hijack our collective heritage. Their perpetual obscurantism keep us in a motionless cycle The relay race of nationhood has been turned to a marathon. Partners of youthful blood are in Oblivion in the relay race. The liquid … Continue reading “Friendly Foes”

Mysteries Of Attraction

  She tries to leave but Something keeps attracting her Like sugar attracts Ants She can’t explain the feelings What was it about him? Was it his Manhood? Or his Cynicism? Could it be his craftsmanship? Not even he, has answers It was a mystery to demystify If nectar attracts birds, then It surely can … Continue reading Mysteries Of Attraction

Indian Crush

She had eyes that glowed like The tongues of two lit candles Her voice sounded like symphony She danced like a swaying tree in the wind He asked her to be his Juliet but She seemed to know nothing about The love of Romeo and Juliet Shakespeare was a Riff-Raff before her Her skin shone … Continue reading Indian Crush

“my Other Half”

She is incomprehensible, yet she understands She is responsible but makes you stand She is like a golden fish in a Marsh “My other half”   She is loyal and rebellious She is royal, yet libelous She is like a diamond in the dung “My other half”   She is unapologetic, but remorseful She is … Continue reading “my Other Half”