PLATEAU BLEEDS by Victor Igiri

Throw JOS some black lit candles. Again we write more chapters in our ‘book of bloods’ with the narratives, an heritage for distant tongues to tell whose skins are unpeeled by cowry demons, but bruised as Benue, Taraba, Nasarawa, Adamawa, Kaduna, Zamfara,… and more to come. I hear that there...

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SALAAM ALAYQUM by Samuel Amazing Ayoade

Salam holds a glittering sword in his right And a well sharpened matchete in his left He cries for war in the nooks of every crannies Roaring on our streets and panting for blood With speeches decorated with tricks and cunnies Salam Alay’kum, Salam Alay’kum, I have seen peace cry...

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BUNI YADI

BUNI YADI: i. Ill winds blowing From the house of imp Has shared the fire To castles in your estate. Landmark of fortresses May be forgotten before Souls sanctioned reaches kismet ii. buni yadi, letters from hell may no be recieved as quick you know NIPOST; species of snail but...

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DIRTY CLOUDS

Their muse is there to always lament no-gory day? If not their dirty lovely date, then tis about lust to prevail. Their veins are always agile on the plane of gray; They, demonic breaths, breeding perverted bartenders in veil. The day knows their port and plots than the night, But...

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