Category Archives: Poems

And The Don Had No Child | A Tribute To Don Marshallean

Yesterday, your sun hung above us It shone with envious brightness Illuminating our path As you led the pride to greatness   We took delight In your envious sagacity ‘There goes the Don’ We often chanted   In the morning … Continue reading

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Change. -By A.G. Giwa

May he who is advised, heed. Although it pains Tortoise, according to him, “if one heeds the advice I give.” For it’s only in regret that its full weight is felt. Haba! Kilode! Mechonu! A mermaid led a crowd to … Continue reading

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The Great Voice. -By A.G. Giwa

they are not sounds, the ordinary, they are not muffled, they are clear, my last words. that though great the challenges even greater the success. yesterday we were together doing this struggle for liberation, today I am sitting on the … Continue reading

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Fallen In Love

                      image credit: africanwriter I have fallen in love with you But it ceases to perturb you Perhaps, you comprehend not My mild rot That My heart seeks Your feminine devotedness I fall everyday I search with dismay Wondering why … Continue reading

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Who Will Tell The President?

who will tell the President? that we are not rodents that live today and be killed tomorrow who will tell the president? that we are not chaffs to be blown away with ease detached from our reality who will tell … Continue reading

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Urimma -By Chimdimma Unodife

I plea you come yet again Lest on my bed I go insane In my heart the night lasted for minutes I guess a lovely insomnia made me sleepless Here comes yet the day; though date gone by I wished … Continue reading

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