If you talking about wisdom I got it and its rich Let me give you some of it Just to keep you enrich If you’re bad to people You would be termed a witch You’ve got the power Use it to grant a wish To the hopeless Life is not a bed of roses … Continue reading Words
Hol up! Wait Have a rethink Have you? Is it right? You don’t think so? So? Why do you want to do so? Stop it, Think again No, not the same way Another way Yeah, the other way Now, which looks like the right way Did you say the other way was tight? And this … Continue reading Think Twice
For every stage, there are challenges And for every phase, a new height to attain To you, my beloved, I write this From a jambite to a fresher Another era to begin New goals to set Life changing decisions to make With these words I leave thee To thy lecturer’s teachings, listen Beguilers abound, to … Continue reading University: A Next Phase.
Staring at the wall in my living room, my eyes caught the wall clock, seated on a tiny nail, with its three hands staring straight at me, but to my surprise, I noticed the tiny long hand, making a repeated movement from 6 to 8, it just wont move past 8, then i realised the … Continue reading My Wall Clock At Quarter Past 7
Peju I know Peju She’s both a noun and a verb A noun because She’s a person A human like me and you A verb, because She prays and makes her way Straight Leading to the intercession quarters Except for her nudgings She’s quite unobstrusive In her fondly voice She said Sam Wouldn’t you join … Continue reading Peju
A fellow blogger (male) recently asked me the ancient question no one has found an answer to, viz: “What do women want from men?” I want to believe he asked me this because he sees me as this all-knowing feminine oracle, but I know better. I don’t know what ALL women want from men, but … Continue reading What do Women Want?
Dear son, It’s inanely ridiculous That each time I set eyes on your nakedness The first part of you that catches my eyes Is that roll of flesh between your legs Now, small, limp and harmless Just like every other part of you And as I know it now, your best play-thing Each time it … Continue reading Dear Son