A HOUSE WITHOUT HOME (a poem by Ayeyemi Taofeek)

Where is the last path on this map? Where does it leads? The end or the beginning of endlessness? I’m exhausted cramming every escape route that leads out of this chink – a house without home – such is a life without laughter. The fleshes of the tortoiseshell-skinned beads of my rosary are now smoothened… Continue reading A HOUSE WITHOUT HOME (a poem by Ayeyemi Taofeek)

HUNGER (a poetic farce by Uchechukwu Ekwurekwu Obiakor)

See, he lies in wait: To strike for victory, To make little children cry And old men grumble like pigs. He torments Without mercy And makes the talkative Mute. Anger makes up his entourage Smiling faces change And bellies rumble like thunder; Bodies never remain same But his weapon of belle destruction Can’t stand the… Continue reading HUNGER (a poetic farce by Uchechukwu Ekwurekwu Obiakor)