RAIN by Saidu Mark Jatau

Oh! My soul leaped for joy watching the cloud cry today, She must have been beaten black and blue as I watched her tears pouring out uncontrollable today. Even the ground could not hide her joy She has been deprived of water to drink for so long, Now there is chill in the...

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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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RAIN by Ogunsanya Enitan Olalekan

Rain,you this thin fat line running through the earth surface causing ridges’ growth. Thin you are tho mighty, Few you come but larger works, Feeble you look yet flogs hardly, Gentility smells in you though tough. Wet strokes running down from a pregnant cloud, Heavily causing havoc juxtaposing nutrients. Rain!...

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AFRICA by El Sane Ken Silencer

Africa. I know of this pretty-natured woman Created with dark complexion Whose heart is über white and smiles Blessed with many blessings … Many daughters and sons as known Has Africa, in renown And many others Africa has produced greater… But the children hated their mother’s colour And her culture...

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