REVIEW: OYINDAMOLA SUCCESSFULLY DROPS MEANINGS IN ‘BUT HERE YOU ARE’

TITLE: BUT HERE YOU ARE AUTHOR: OYINDAMOLA SHOOLA GENRE:  POETRY NO. OF PAGES: 33 PUBLISHER: WORDS RHYMES AND RHYTHMS LTD YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 2019 ISBN: NILREVIEWER:  EUGENE YAKUBU Oyindamola’s But Here You Are needs careful analysis to garner the points they tender: subtle themes and ideas weaved in elevated imagery...

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REVIEW: TUKUR’S ‘A BOY’S TEARS ON EARTH’S TONGUE’ COMMUNICATES IN CLEAR AND PRECISE DICTION

TITLE: A BOY’S TEARS ON EARTH’S TONGUE AUTHOR: TUKUR OLORUNLOBA RIDWAN GENRE:  POETRY NO. OF PAGES: 36 PUBLISHER: WORDS RHYMES AND RHYTHMS LTD YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 2019 ISBN: NIL REVIEWER:  EUGENE YAKUBU Despite this baffling title, the poems in this collection leave the reader in no doubt of the poet’s...

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EZENWA-OHAETO REACHED A HEIGHT OF HONESTY, PASSION AND VULNERABILITY IN ‘I BURN INCENSES BEFORE SLEEP’: A REVIEW OF EOPP 2018 WINNING POEM BY OYINDAMOLA SHOOLA

For me, in ‘I Burn Incenses before Sleep’, Ezenwa-Ohaeto reached a height of honesty, passion and vulnerability, one that flawlessly implements its didactics and has the power to affect people, things and systems that we hold on to religiously.

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