I am a nation Naija is my name I am a nation I may not have been well structured By the acclaimed sculptors Yet just a year shy of a century I am still a nation My legs deep in the Atlantic My head up in the Sahara My heart pumping with confluence Of … Continue reading I Am A Nation
And for all the pains and the hurts It procedurally diffuse abroad One may quantify as part of the price paid Because no cross no crown Nothing venture nothing gain Salt and oil, water and gin They are all but a mere shadow Yet with their measure of results Consider then a greater and giant … Continue reading Sacrifice. . .
How comforting were animals! They were never evil. They live without hypocrisy according to their natures. They hunted, not for sport, but for food. They had wild innocence, and a lovely playfulness, and their loyalties were sure and without malice. They had souls of infants, simple and artless. Even their passions were infantile, … Continue reading My childhood Dog (Ojodu)
We can only move forward Looking ahead No matter what the past is The past it was . . . Do not waste precious time Gathering the rubble from your past Lay a new foundation And invest your left over time To start building anew! If you are lucky enough It may just be enough … Continue reading Latter Glory
Life is not long Neither is it short But in our minds It is what we choose We then may shoot Into the far future To pursue our aspirations Wherein with certain fate We may come to a destiny If we live as we should Not in the number sense But in mere nominal … Continue reading The Final Path
The possibility of unlimitedness of chronometry The seemingly endless entity avowed That has been the meter of existence Has its strength in its irreversibility Time, an end in the context of existence Sets man on an unstoppable forward motion As if time is a conquerable element That man could one day put in the aft … Continue reading Hands Of Time