Madu Chisom Kingdavid has emerged the winner of the SEPTEMBER edition of the BRIGITTE POIRSON POETRY CONTEST (BPPC) 2015 at his third attempt. His poem, ‘HIDDEN REVELATIONS OF ME TO YOU, US’ scored the highest points, 94%, beating Kuye Samuel Oladimeji’s ‘OVERLAP IN A CIRCUIT’ (93%) and Kanyinsola Babatunde Olorunnisola’s ‘EQUATION OF VICTORY’ (92%) to… Continue reading BRIGITTE POIRSON POETRY CONTEST 2015: MADU CHISOM KINGDAVID WINS SEPTEMBER EDITION
At Gassama’s final trumpet, at his final trumpet . . . They stood like the crucifixion’s stake, Like the crucifixion’s stake, The Antelopes stood, Cheery visages in glum, Wreathed with wide waters, Of the hearts crackdom accepted. They’ve caressed Leaking from The Eagles In twin-legged sphere leather Combats, they’ve caressed.