I look back on the memories we’ve had sometimes ago When life was free for every one of us, both young and old When hiding in dilapidated buildings wasn’t a survival technique And death was from nature, not a man-made epidemic When our young ones were free to go to school, grow up and become … Continue reading Remember Us This Way
One Sunday afternoon. I decided to take Toke out for a romantic lunch. I returned home from the regular Sunday service and drove out my Toyota Camry 2005 model. I drove down to her house and only one song kept playing in my mind and that was TuFace’s African Queen which I played on my … Continue reading Broken Head
Hello guys, how you all doing. I really want to appreciate the members of Naijastories.com for their support in every way. since i joined this forum, it has being more fun as i got exposed to many more writings. I know you have seen quite a few of my writings but this one is very … Continue reading Crush
Friendship, a bond so sweet, like honey From the highest degree of passionate love To the lowest degree of good-will It makes the sweetness of life What’s as d’licious as a fair and firm encounter of two, In a thought, in a feeling? How beautiful when two resonating hearts merge Entwined in the light … Continue reading Friendship
Days were lonely, nights were cold the words in my heart I have never told. I must speak them now because they are due, I am grateful I have a friend like you.
I was once pretty, Samira with the brown skin, luscious brown lips and big dark eyes. Now I looked like a skeleton coated with flesh. My eyes had become small with small bags underneath. My over stretched skin could feel the starchy hospital bed sheet. The white walls of my small hospital rooms, was a … Continue reading Cough Syrup, My Friend.
IF YOU THINK A MONORHYME POEM CAN NOT BE DETECTIVE IN NATURE, THEN THIS POEM WILL CHANGE YOUR NOTION AND AT THE END, MAKE YOU SPREAD THE GOSPEL. Fellow friends and fellow foes Wait, let me tell this tale of woe The way I know they wait below Below my belly where they grow For … Continue reading The Remains Of Raymond Hoe 1
I have a friend, but he’s a king Not of a nation’s worlds But of the world’s nations. A king, Not of peoples but of kings and gods. If he so wishes, he has Emperors for guards as empires for a footstool Presidents to prepare his path And queens to wait at his table. His … Continue reading My King, My Friend
Take that smile One more mile Though life’s troubles often pile And you taste the bitter bile Take that smile One more mile When folks die When you cry Disappointments make you sigh Opportunities pass you by When the sky Seems too high When your hope Falls aslope Though you run, it seems … Continue reading Take That Smile, One More Mile.
In the archery age, arrows are most dreaded Ravenous Swords and jackknives too Of ghastly fear and shock in man they render In this jet age, bombs and missile are most frightful Just a shot; life shakes death’s horrible hand But none of these perturbs my heart None I say, do I dread than your … Continue reading Friend
1 Friend you know what? These words are of great worth Cos I’ve tried to write for years But all I do was shed tears
The weight of your words bears down on my heart The height of your plight stares down on my faith The depth of your pains cuts deep within my soul You smile but inside you’re in tears You dance but within you’re in a trance You put up a face though inside you’re in … Continue reading A Part of The Other
This is a poem by someone that hates rejection and yet hopes to find love