TWO-FACED “IGP” by Victor Igiri

doctored or un-doctored, black or white, he is only human for though the sun kings today, tomorrow shall be the moon’s. lies or truths; we deserve some white words so we can appease our souls and boycott the many laughters of the human race; pistol dukes. we are all lunatics on the ‘open field’ sometimes… Continue reading TWO-FACED “IGP” by Victor Igiri

AMALGAMATION OF PAINS by Bada Yusuf Amoo

Green and white detribalised our existence Our grumblings are more private than public Alas! Our ears have been listened to dialogues Will writers present a collective opinion? While the nation’s children live together Like children of unknown concubines Fighting for the rights of their mothers Would the writers watch? Men and women in native attire… Continue reading AMALGAMATION OF PAINS by Bada Yusuf Amoo

RHETORICS OF THE TENSED by Oluwaseun Shedrack Akodu

That who shall hitherto save our paling green And save our scares of soul When would our boredom hood Turn-on our daylight dream Who shall saviour our twilight wolves,redeeming our ravaging hope. And who stole our glory thus giving us a glorious curse filling our feeding purse with tales of burst. who bought our souls… Continue reading RHETORICS OF THE TENSED by Oluwaseun Shedrack Akodu

CITY OF OWLS by Efe Ogufere

Despair… A parliament divided, the nation in flight When death came in hoots, we stepped aside. A mother laughs when her tears are spent Blood and smoke creates a perfect collage. A flame still flickers for the silent screams The ghosts of her womanhood lost in Chibok. Before our very eyes, they steal our skies… Continue reading CITY OF OWLS by Efe Ogufere