Living within the dictates of this world’s definition of existence. Dying with each attempt to match society’s image of the relevant. Loneliness is, whether in the crowd of 3, or a 100 times that maybe, But most disturbing: strangers in this society are our daily surrounding. A society that keeps claiming it understands we, Denying … Continue reading It Gets Lonely
She had no identity and he had too many. They met by what they believed was chance’s manipulation, on the day marking the apex of their individual frustrations with the lives they’d been leading for more years than they cared to count. With everyday that passed for those years to grow, life’s value became … Continue reading A Tale of Him and Her
Bola sat in her room, sounds of sirens filled the air. She lived in one of those parts of town where the siren sounds were like the soundtrack to her entire life. They, she and her mother, had moved to the States 2 years ago but it was all still strange to her. She missed … Continue reading One less lonely…
I‘d sing this anthem from my soul The title means, “God thinks on me” Though I may not ever know as I stroll Upon earth or ride the tide of the sea There are much of the unseen seen Benign or malignant each in its kind Yet, in every single passing scene He plans inexplicably … Continue reading Chinechere M – tʃi/nɛ/tʃɛ rɛ m/
I wish that you were here with me so that the world I can clearly see because every time you are far away my feet always tend to sway. I wish that you were here with me so that my all to life, I can give because every time there is no you the … Continue reading Wish you were Here
i am the son of my mother the child of my father floating like a ship with no rudder in in this sea called life almost under the waves with which i strife my face raised to the sky my voice reach to the heavens praying that help comes by even if the messengers be … Continue reading Me, Myself and I.