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
i Onitsha We shut out serenity. A town yodeling by itself, Making rounds in business circles. Host to Ejike and Somto, Tough minds of street acumen. Meet the famous cowry depository In exchange for all you can think. Guests weave through crevice, Lest the kidnapper’s drops would pelt ii Lagos My Atlantic helm of wonder. … Continue reading Three Voices
Feelings in the heart of men often leave a sweet or sour taste; either way, one chooses which is more desirable to hold on to. I know a feeling which leaves the heart pounding and the mind gasping for breath, for dear life….in all of this, the state of a man’s heart is … Continue reading Awakening
In What is wrong with us?, Anne Muyiwa digs into nuggets about mature singles indeed. According to the author, the 11 chapter book was birthed via an article on Facebook, the popular social media platform. In her caveat, which many would title preface, she declared that the book has been written for the Christian … Continue reading What is wrong with us? Nuggets about Mature Singles
I have a wonderful family And In my lovely family I have beautiful virtuous sisters Having I they with no brothers I am their dearest one brother This which makes me bother Daddy like a man is stubborn I am a resemblance; mama’s carbon My family bonded by love Within it is peace … Continue reading My Family.
We are all dead It does not matter from which side of the grave we live Some of us are six feet below While some others are six feet above We still are all six feet above or below) We all breathe death Death laughs at the living Life laughs at the dead We all … Continue reading Stages of Passage