REVIEW: CONVERSATIONS, CONTEMPLATIONS AND PONDERATIONS REVEALS GOD IN MANY PARTS

TITLE: CONVERSATIONS, CONTEMPLATIONS AND PONDERATIONS AUTHOR: JESUDAMILARE GENRE: RELIGIOUS NUMBER OF PAGES: 72 PUBLISHER: WORDSMART, OKADABOOKS DATE OF PUBLICATION: NOVEMBER 22, 2017 ISBN-13: 978-1979108065 REVIEWER: SHOOLA OYINDAMOLA Prior to reading Conversations, Contemplations and Ponderations, I have been fortunate to have several conversations with the author, Jesudamilare and to benefit, personally from his wisdom, commitment, and… Continue reading REVIEW: CONVERSATIONS, CONTEMPLATIONS AND PONDERATIONS REVEALS GOD IN MANY PARTS

FEET OF KNIVES by Michael Achile Umameh

When the drab drum of winter dies of the weight of warmth spring’s dewy fingers; feet full of knives; icicles rising and descending a cold caress on an erect skeleton of shivering hermits grating through lauds. From the hell-mouth of a heater, God’s breathing burning bush rings the sweet sound of salvation.

DISTORTION by Gbalajobi Adejuwon

What! The divergence of thoughts and speech The immodesty of promiscuous words, And then our hearts an helpless Pilate, Releasing Barnabas, at the expense of the Just. Man’s unholy devotion, the revelation of his beastly passion, professing love just to break her walls, and lay his hands on her towers. Isn’t this a distortion on… Continue reading DISTORTION by Gbalajobi Adejuwon

‘NOTES TO MY GOD’: FEMI PETERS DISPLAYS BARE THOUGHTS WITH POETIC FLAIR a review by Jide Badmus

TITLE: NOTES TO MY GODAUTHOR: FEMI PETERSGENRE: POETRYNUMBER OF PAGES: 161PUBLISHER: Zayzee WritesDATE OF PUBLICATION: 2017ISBN: –REVIEWER: Jide Badmus ‘Notes to My God’ is a collection of verses as the author likes to call it. The verses display bare thoughts that seek not the cover of poetic flair; they are wrapped only in thin transparent… Continue reading ‘NOTES TO MY GOD’: FEMI PETERS DISPLAYS BARE THOUGHTS WITH POETIC FLAIR a review by Jide Badmus

PRODIGAL MERCY by Dominic Ayegba Okoliko

The preacher once told a story Pretty much about our affairs so gory It’s the tale of a prodigal son But isn’t it also of the prodigality Of the father’s generosity? For which father would stand a son Poking him in the eyes While his sun still shines in the sky? Or, which man would… Continue reading PRODIGAL MERCY by Dominic Ayegba Okoliko