Having you with meFeels like conquering the whole worldAnd looking at your picturesShows me beauty I never knew existed That first glance of youBrought me back to lifeThen your words healed my woundsMelted my soul and took away my senses Like morning rays on sprouting rosesYou beautify every momentAnd like evening stars on the roof … Continue reading SWEET DISTRACTION | By: Membis Okorie C.
Born in affluence yet breathingThe worst of life situations. Vulnerably surviving that living becomesAn acceptable option of whatever happens. Our resilience and ingenuity, cheaply they Buried for streets selling and begging. Life successes have become a thing of hope For many hanging on the discretion of few. A night of sleeping as a child is … Continue reading “An African Child” – Reviewed
Before the sun wakes from its slumberWe shall rise to this placeAnd work at the morning's faceFor no plant grows betterThan seeds buried with equal special hands While we shall wait for the pregnant skyTo rain to the last dropAnd water our seeds of greatnessI shall cripple the word 'love' that has lost content,watered by … Continue reading BLINKING LOVE | By Nseobong edem
Black, white, Coloured... we are one. The Death of Floyd was only one in thousand of such cases swept under the carpet. No to racism of all sorts - in education - sports - entertainment - employment and many more. While we are figuring racism as a global threat, Africans need to truly unite. Such … Continue reading Black, White, Coloured… We are One.
I am an African childBorn on the fertile soil of AfricaSkin rich in mineralsRaised by a mother who never allowed me to feel sorry for myself I am an African childDeeply rooted in the African dreamBright and thoughtfulA treasure characterized by witnesses of many clouds I am an African childThough I am black and beautifulI … Continue reading ‘I am an African Child’