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I am a witty writer,thinker and speaker.I express myself in whatever way and whatever means possible that is not negative.I believe in myself but believe much more in God and in His only begotten, Jesus, as I owe my progress in life and what I will ever achieve to His unflinching love! WETIN REMAIN? READ ON...

She Loves to Fall in Love

She loves to fall in love Emoting it aplenty on edge Every trouser a typical potential Terminating any seed planted within She loves to fall in love With beauty and glamour Friends and company inspire revelry Every night with a lurking man Those sighs register memories unfeigned She loves to fall in love The married,widower … Continue reading She Loves to Fall in Love

Sacrificing theme for style: A review of Ben Okri’s Starbook

Sacrificing theme for style: A review of Ben Okri’s Starbook

Reading Ben Okri’s Starbook (2007), one is refreshed and excited not just because of the plot but the courageous plunge into the unconventional, a style that confounds lay readers. A postmodernist writer par distinction, Ben Okri breeds and nurtures an approach to fiction writing that only those who seek what is beyond just the story, … Continue reading Sacrificing theme for style: A review of Ben Okri’s Starbook

ASUU Strike and its Ripple Effect: Musings of a Nigerian Student

ASUU Strike and its Ripple Effect: Musings of a Nigerian Student

Let’s take a cursory look at the effect of this ASUU strike on national development. After the strike,when ever it is called-off, some students will graduate and go on compulsory National Youth Service Scheme(NYSC) for a year and will be required to return to the employment market. Employers will say you need to have at … Continue reading ASUU Strike and its Ripple Effect: Musings of a Nigerian Student

He loves to fall in love

He loves to fall in love When all is set on top Backside, lust and all Children everywhere from there He loves to fall in love When she walks pass With platonic mien, sweet words stills The rage of her heart’s sea He loves to fall in love As beauty lures his lustful soul Capturing … Continue reading He loves to fall in love

Ategun

Ategun

In my ears resonate a solemn soothing euphony, From where?I cannot tell,but a pure heart,I think As it sooth a longing no man in the flesh can fill. I am enraptured by its melody A creation of a soul held in love’s perfect grip. As it hits the anvil of my heart, I hit the … Continue reading Ategun

The Sun rise in your eyes

The Sun and Moon rise in your eyes The stars glitter in your sky. Of your grace,oceans splash in awe As you soar like the Eagle you are. Lightnings rejoice in your rain Thunder claps in majestic reign. When you smile, They go the extra mile. The Galaxy and constellation, Tonight in one association Marks … Continue reading The Sun rise in your eyes

That Night

That Night

I thought about pleasure, people, life and all. I thought about kisses and cuddles… Those voyeurisms,deep darks and stories friends told. Their victories and many conquest- Those zones they hoist. Displaying the maps when the Zones sashayed on our streets… The names they called them and many laughters I endured. I thought of that night, … Continue reading That Night

Burning Sensations

Nipple sensations, burning sensations Soft and raw sensations everywhere, When hormones like electric currents Flow though nerves and tissues Down to the orifice, down there and back As all senses begin an eclectic race And a strong presence is desired to quench The fire, remember that Memories last forever and many, Many don’t forget in … Continue reading Burning Sensations

Nicole Bassey

Nicole Bassey

She came in a duffel coat To the mill of words Bearing a beautiful heart On a beautiful day, nay a Beauty to behold. The soul, a plethora of Riches like that ancient Queen of Sheba The riches, a pool of artistry And aesthetic splendour, ganished With the capacity to forge classics Like a skilled … Continue reading Nicole Bassey

Water Palava (2)

Please read the first part to follow the story. Na Fela take am sing say: Omi Olota o Water e nor get enemy But some people think say na Indian hemp dey inspire that man to sing the kind of song wey he sing. But I believe say na just raw talent wey Indian hemp … Continue reading Water Palava (2)

Water Palava (1)

We dey suffer for water,no be small, we dey suffer. Government say dem don provide water, dem call am pipe borne water, but water we nor see, pipe we nor see, talk less borne. Na only some people kukuma get am. For our face-me-I-face- you, you must find water fetch for night before man pikin … Continue reading Water Palava (1)