WHAT GOD AND I SAW by Kukogho Iruesiri Samson

(for Ondo and other cities) i. i saw man die on the same street he was born yesterday i saw a man killed by the same hands he shook yesterday ii. i saw a people lost, cannibalized by blind ignorance iii. i saw a god watching as sinful gods of...

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ITOMO by Oni Stephen

Itomo, With go and go my fathers had served you, Itomo, With do and don’t my mother had served you, You made them dance naked in the horrendous harmattan that crossed from the north They obeyed like a bird without a song The only song they had was Itomo You...

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YOUR FAITH IS WORTHLESS by Kukogho Iruesiri Samson

a thirsty fool stood on a mountain praying for water to quench his thirst “god, i have faith in you,” he says bring me water from the stream below” god looks at him with disdain “why not make the water move first faith, without work, never pays there’s water below,...

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THE RITUALS by Abiola Inioluwa Oluwaseun

The Rituals It was a silent night, The sun retiring along With the day consumed by fatigue. I presumed the gentle wind got tired of its travail against the now relaxing sun; But it was my last time out on such night. I was bundled like a treacherous fugitive Getting...

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THE JUDGEMENT DAY by Osoba Taiwo Peter

Then I saw a great white throne And Him who sat on it, At His sight alone Every creature lost their wit. Whose face the earth and heaven fled away And there was found no place for them, The great judgement day When evil deeds shall be condemn. And I...

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