HEAL OUR LAND (by Moses Opara)

On wheels of broken legs, our land now crawls A million times backward in abject corruption, in ignorance! Hoodlums of ignorance, sharing our conscience on a mask of deceit, Are busy polluting our growth, to quenching stagnancy. We are ragged, with embargos of set-backs creeping on our soil The world has labeled us evil! Where… Continue reading HEAL OUR LAND (by Moses Opara)

DIE, ALUU, DIE (a poet’s rage by Nwilo Bura-Bari Vincent)

Thy muscled hands have drawn darkness upon thee Thy fine senses have darkened our morrow Thy perfect heart has given us sunset Die, Aluu, Die! You don’t deserve anything You don’t deserve dust You are a demon, Aluu Die, Aluu Die! I thought human(ity) lived in thy bosom But I see the devil Walking up… Continue reading DIE, ALUU, DIE (a poet’s rage by Nwilo Bura-Bari Vincent)

…FOR ALUU (a lamentation by Gabriel Gabbycapable)

There are some there, dripping coins of blood. And here, pounds of flesh burn in the wrath of fiery swords And youthful innocence drowning to grievous pits: One thrown to forest, the other sunk down in dusty feet. … Here, love is stolen, And mercy’s cry is not given. Murdering is wisdom and prevention too.… Continue reading …FOR ALUU (a lamentation by Gabriel Gabbycapable)

ALUU: THE ABOMINATION YOU DID! (by Uchechukwu Ekwurekwu Obiakor)

Aluu! Just like your name, You’ve done abomination. Your veins are filled with wickedness And death speaks through your lips. Aluu! You have cut short dreams Hacked away ambition, Burnt out the future, Clubbed the husbands of your daughters And Blown out the candles That hold the light of tomorrow! Aluu! We wail for your… Continue reading ALUU: THE ABOMINATION YOU DID! (by Uchechukwu Ekwurekwu Obiakor)