ECLIPSE by Mesioye Affable Johnson

Before navel birthed my sight on bleeding happenings, Our fathers’ plight were feathers beneath the sky, Roaming,whirling,wailing on their breakfasts after being served with bereaved plates of slavery. We saw darkness lighted on our fathers’ foreheads forming archs of aching and dying actions for on our mothers’ back we also...

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THIS RED by James Oboba

Beguiling elephant umbrella Purity-cum-red is corruption Food-cum-danger(red) is bait A bermuda beauty This red have made you What a mockery of goodness! White and green won’t make you a dove I tag you a woeful wolf Though more rueful and mournful Under your covering Yet wholly wet by melted ice...

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