I TOLD YOU by Jerry Joel

I told you What my mouth couldnt spew Closely guarded secrets and sins Of all of yesterday’s meetings If only you knew how hard it was I told you About things only a part of me knew Things only my left eye saw And is still sore from what it...

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THE SECOND COMING by Joshua Levites

Before morning, there was moaning Smearing the innocence of the night, With two bodies entwined, To cause havoc Absent conscience, Absent worries, No thoughts, Just sounds, Gasps, And then snaps Coming together in harmony With shivering waists, Stiffened necks Determined legs, No regards to shame. The night just couldn’t wait....

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MR RACIST by Jesse Asonze

Recently had a chat with a racist Who wasn’t shy to admit he was supremacist His words were filled with hate I pitied him because his hatred may never abate If you are like him, change before it is too late And you can’t avoid any longer ill fate I...

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WHY AM I HERE by Gideon Abowha

Born,bred alone in this world My cherubic self; my decency Delved all depths; guess no debts. Grow along diversified unknown travails of the world. Decent self; beyond came from My earthly gods; cared me in adversity. Facts untold still Why I’m here? Pains foretold; Bit cheering chirping untold. But, I’m...

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MISS ANNE THROPE by Aremu Adams Adebisi

She abhors 2face Idibia, And hates the role of Anita. She hates in shrieks and rolls in bed, And says, ‘oh P-Square has not wed.’ She sees Jonathan as a joke, And hates how he speaks with his folk. She disdains Madame Patience GEJ For being a nuisance in full...

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