BOSS CHRONICLES (5) by Jesse Asonze

Broken screens A myriad of inter crossing lines Sprayed across things once useful A web of destruction spun along those lines Vision blurred by strong emotions Blind to reason A boss and his mistress in due distress Fights occur And will reoccur But will there be a recess To evaluate...

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THE CUP by Kingsley U. Ayistar

Drink! Drink of the bridal juice That soothes the thirst of bachelorhood Sway! To the drumbeat of matrimony, To the dynamics of love That angels will never know… Put on the ‘natif’ of fatherhood And brace the tree of family… for Age tastes better with a good wife The favor...

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GONE by Ken Mamman

A heart is a home a home of all the care you have in you all the understanding a heart is you you are a heart free it came like a birth shattered it went like the tortise mashed and therted trempled upon non stop today it gives only hate...

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ÀSHÀKÉ by Omotayo Awoyemi

Ashake, The day I wrote you a song, I broke my throat. I penned it on my cornea, But a flood of brine it became, When life ’Hi’ed’ me with hurt, And fluxed away with my pains. Nevertheless, I have the rhythm In my systole, and diastole. I pray you’ll...

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GET WELL SOON by Ayeyemi Taofeek

President Muhammad Bukhari, get well soon. People who want him dead, get well soon. Because he is sick, must you then be sick? And for haired-heads, is it a sin to fall sick? If no, why the swirling and buzzing noise, Pilotedly parroted by sentimental tongues? If no, why the...

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TOUGH ROAD TO SUCCESS by Gideon Abowha

Lo! I walk alone spiritedly To the dungeon where my success lies The trees shamely murmured at me doubtedly Saying “can he walk alone?” The grasses giggled at me saying “Hey! The road is tough.” For the nature made my heart unsettled Perplexed and depressed alone in thought. Back on...

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