1967 by Ololade Akinlabi

(About Nigeria civil war and it consequences) Yesterday was lost along our memorial path, It was the day we lost without defeat; We killed our sons as roasted chickens, They were bitterly sweet along the oesophagus. Today, we croaked our throats to vomit poisons, Poisonus poisons in yesterday’s meal. For...

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WHAT MYSTERY! by Theophilus Femi Alawonde

Life- is a mystery. For there lie a million and one things that we know not. Life- is a mystery. For each day has a million and one events whose causes we know not. This life- with its myriad mysteries has but one mystery: It is worth living than giving...

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MUCUS OF REASON by Oluwatoyosi Agbaakin

He must have wiped the mucus of reason- a pus from his brain the night he saw her body swollen, ready to be poked by his fleshy pincers How couldn’t he know that her meat is the only food he was forbidden from eating. but the demons in his groins...

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