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Daniels Adeoye is a reader who writes. He has been shortlisted for the Happy –Bookers International Poetry Prize and The British Council Nigeria Short Story Competition . He writes when he is not busy with Economics. He resides in Nigeria.
Alamu

Alamu

  More visible than a palm oil drop on the Virgin Mary’s garment, Marks stronger than the tendons of an eighty years old African farmer, A thicker Ladoke Akintola’s tribal marks! Bruises on the forehead not even Tara could hide. Strong tongue, an aftermath of fifteen years on the farm before the miracle, The miracle … Continue reading Alamu