As the world advance in ageSo do generation change In the days of Aquinas the saintChildren are known to serve in the tent In the days of ShakespeareThey read, not even the mind they spare In the days of our fathers they play hide and seekAnd now what's under they seek To fill the gaps … Continue reading FATHERLESS GENERATION – By: Onyemachi Ezekiel
Wandering the solitude at home,My heart knackered faster,At the absence of everyone As a tempest uproot our kitchen,I hold fast to the door In trepidation,I ran to my room Abruptly I heard footstepApproaching me Snapping my room door,I cling to it,But a heavy pushedRender me restless Looking vulnerable on the ground,I felt an unusual touched … Continue reading ‘Home is Not a Safe Place’
The Woman's Plight Reality; the woman's fearOf losing her admired gloryStrongly straightly standing breastAnd her unforced dancing bombomHer life seems to be set in gearShe frowns at her age storyFor now, she's in-beauty dressedLike the white lady from London. Lost in the Web of her beautyAnd of unnumbered admirersShe walks feeling very cockyDeleting and adding … Continue reading FADING BEAUTY | By: Odudu-God Ekan
Self made prisonerOf thoughts, and mindI'm a slave to my inner templeTo him unseen above my roof I'm a prisoner under this rainOf lost hope and corrupted brainA slave to people's governmentTo parasites of dedicated heroes I'm a prisoner like Mara painRestless foots all in vainI'm a self made slave to abstractsSight less sight to … Continue reading I’M A PRISONER | By: Okoroafor Onyekachi
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.