(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 men usurped his supremacy he… Continue reading WHAT GOD AND I SAW by Kukogho Iruesiri Samson
He horse-rides into my dream every night Carrying sprinkles of stars on his polished armor-my diamond knight He would join me in the water bed-not minding And we swim till the morning When I wake with my pants wet and dripping But back in reality, he never returns my stare He sweeps by like I… Continue reading CONTRABAND LOVE by Ebuka Chudwin
How long shall the bridge of humanity be breached? How long will the carcass of our serenity stench from maggots’ actions? How long will morality suffer deformity? To what extent? Aliyu says he has no interest in women Adapting cattle nature Making it an omen from nature “I can do it with the cow” Why… Continue reading TO WHAT EXTENT
I don’t judge. I know religion did you dirty in the past. But if what I believe in comes to pass God will do you worse! The Most Merciful, the Most High forgives Even when sins are a bucketful But where is remorse in the hearts Of those who justify their sins?
I live with harmonious free-will My presence is airy And I am with every soul For I was molded to be a whisperer. Tell the soul, the President That lies will make him pregnant For the abominations He bestowed upon the soil of men. You were the change men yearned for The sun they believed… Continue reading YOU LIED MR. PRESIDENT