A STILL PLACE IN THE MARKET by Ndukwo Kalu Ugah

The joy of womanhood Afia Nkwo,the only market that ever stood In Abiriba,rewarding us so good, Here,your honour dwells Attention!buy me,has been the song of the bells. We are your folks,whom you feed A bowl of food,you are indeed Morning and night,we call for our daily need, Though inflation and rain are all your pains… Continue reading A STILL PLACE IN THE MARKET by Ndukwo Kalu Ugah

NATURE’S RESPONSE by Ojo Adewale Iyanda

Nature’s response As the water make a path on her cheek Affectionate part of his heart resurrect Forgetting her booing words towards him He move to assist in a jiffy What a hollow world we are Organic reaction her action was Always vibrating like an old techno But patience is the access word Negligence was… Continue reading NATURE’S RESPONSE by Ojo Adewale Iyanda

JOS, THE CITY OF ROCKS: by Eseohe Pearl Ebhota

Looking for nature at its best? Come to the city of rocks Feel its soothing breeze As it caresses your skin Nestled between hills It gives beautiful scenery The sound of her waterfalls Reminds me of the Victoria Falls Its lush vegetation With a temperate weather Friendly people Make you feel at home This is… Continue reading JOS, THE CITY OF ROCKS: by Eseohe Pearl Ebhota

WHY DOES LOVE STEAL OUR TONGUES (a true story in verse): by Kukogho Iruesiri Samson

he was a little boy reaching for manhood she, little girl arching for womanhood his was mixed tale of tears and hope hers, a life upwards Life’s slope two stories crossed, one scene, one act pretty lass, scrawny lad lacking tact him a sapling uprooted, replanted her the rose everyone wanted her heart was loud,… Continue reading WHY DOES LOVE STEAL OUR TONGUES (a true story in verse): by Kukogho Iruesiri Samson