The bodies are placid not moving or motioning lying in the epitome of life THE CASKET They were the salts of the earth tasty and orderly keeping their tastes but yet we do not need them and in the streets we dump them to fallow and rule a world that once they tried to … Continue reading The Funeral
I was told to catch the day but I was too late, it was already night. I was told to grab every chance but I have to stir, and make the opportunity myself BELLS JINGLE IN THE AIR Flowers flying about, packages exchanges hands and innocence dies, I stand alone at the … Continue reading Valentine Dirge
Familiar like our best, We all know him. We love him, We cherish him. His stupidity, Is our joy. His mischief, Our laughter. He , without fear Points at our FACE Yet we all learn him like a BOOK. He is not a TWIT, Yet we are all IN A TWITTER … Continue reading Who Is Akpors?
Always in limbo hanging between us and them We have lost our voices just like our fathers Through the thin they passed having nothing for us their journeys or even having a path for us because the roads have been closed before their eyes and they closed their mouths looking on like dumbs Now the … Continue reading Speak Up
Sitting here and listening to him speak brings tears to my eyes. He is standing there to speak as the best graduating student in the university and in his department. His department which has not gotten a first class student in eleven years or had they ever produced a best graduating student in the university … Continue reading Crying Baby
Parallel lines She looked at the man talking into his phone trying to keep the hard earned smile on her face while marching towards him with her hand over a cup of palm wine. She was performing the traditional look for your husband that takes place during the Igba nkwu, the traditional wine carrying. She … Continue reading Parallels Lines