BOYHOOD DIDN’T LAST LONG ENOUGH | By: Membis Okorie C.

Memories of Boyhood Boyhood didn't last long enoughBut like the blink of an eyeOur darkness meshed with brightnessAnd gave birth to sweet sights in balanceMaybe, boyhood lasted for just a weekAnd six of the seven, we were sick Boyhood didn't last long enoughOur girls were too shy, secretive and toughThey failed to appreciate the loveThat … Continue reading BOYHOOD DIDN’T LAST LONG ENOUGH | By: Membis Okorie C.

“An African Child” – Reviewed

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