Ndubuisi, since you left Our eyeballs have fallen off their sockets… Since you chose to reside in the White man’s land Our moon has turned pale Rocks fall from the skies While the rain has refused to Depart the blue cloud It is the heart’s heaviness that has Given eloquence to the tongue Ndubuisi my… Continue reading BROTHER, COME HOME


He sat on a pile of books, Lucubrated wrinkles cracked his looks, Geometry’s jugular, he clutched in a vice grip, And a crowd of tongues sprung from his lips, Yet frayed linen embraced his lean frame, As he squeezed little bread from his great name. Patriotism died, he fled the Motherland, Now strangers drink the… Continue reading BRAIN DRAIN