STRIFE AND LIFE by Jesse Asonze

Strife and life All these are rife A war of words marries no wife Brewing evil thoughts and greater strife But The truth shall arise When it shall arise And the circling vultures And contending cultures Shall see it fit To gobble back up their shit

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IF BLACK… by by Lebile Melt Tosin

if the black doesn’t forgive there would be war forever if we don’t forget blood would paste our road if the black don’t believe to build faith admits molestation if they don’t………….. no white would walk alive if the black don’t forget how they hang our fore fathers if we...

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WHAT IS MAN by Joshua Levites

What is man without joy in his world, Holding his hand in turbulence, Cheering him to serene laughter Even to the face of an angry life? What is man without strength To rise on his feet and bear his cross, Amidst mockeries from the challenges Aiming to break his bent...

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DEATH by Ololade Akinlabi

We need not to write your stories in pen cause in your hands lie the ink to terminate life No one sees the end of your story Who dares to? The invisible visible spirit Farther-nearer to the breathing being The supreme god of impromptu Powerful than a nap Giving eyes...

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WHAT DO WE DO by Esther Oyebode

When death takes us yonder, and we see that it was not as we dreamt; when life’s breath still made us tweak, what would we do? When we find out that heaven and hell was the old wife’s tale to make us morally upright, and reward and punishment ends while...

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LEFT BEHIND by Morenikeji Oloye

I walked away, with thoughts that I really could. Not that I did not love her like a man should – In fact, for her, I would catch a grenade, But her love was not even a convincing charade. I’m tired; being the puppet and her, my “madam”, I’m sick...

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