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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 …

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Sadist

They are just sadistSome people are just sadistThey can never for a reason smile, even when they have every cause to..rather they prefer their face in it's ugly nature and bitter at heart...why?? They are just sadistThey prefer to die with their burdenThan discuss with people around, forgetting 'a problem discussed is a problem half …

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ENGLISH GRAMMAR REVIEW 02: The Correct Usage for “My name is… OR My names are…”

My name is….ORMy names are… is one of the challenging factor among English speaking persons while at the Verge of introducing his/herself to the masses. Ok!As simple as that may sound, few guys out there are confused on which one to use when introducing themselves. I watched a recorded video call by Mr. P, introducing …

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WE CAN’T BREATHE | By: Tr Odudu-God Ekan

As we join forces with blacks in America,Let us not forget what is happening in Nigeria. Unemployment Like facemask,Has blocked our noses,And stopped us from breathing.We blacks have been given a difficult task,To survive on 'Yes sir!' to our Bosses,As the enjoy, kicking, beating, insulting and sacking.So,Let the Nigerian youths echo,Without any restrain say;"We Can't …

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“I can’t breathe” | In memory of George Floyd

He called out to his Mom… Who died 2 years ago on this same day Handcuffed.Face Down.Knee on his neck.They did nothing. His nose bleed.His body trembled.He lost control of his bladder.They did nothing. He called the officer "Sir."They did nothing. He begged for his life.He begged for water.He begged for mercy.They did nothing. He …

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