WILL THE REAL GENTLEMEN, PLEASE STAND-UP?

The strong, sweet smell of well brewed coffee and muffins in a chilly atmosphere is one of the first things you encounter when stepping out of London’s Heathrow airport on arrival. The hurried ambiance is intensified by the sound of marching feet and silent bag trolleys trailing an array of different colored people heading everywhere… Continue reading WILL THE REAL GENTLEMEN, PLEASE STAND-UP?

POET OF THE WEEK: RULES OF THE GAME by Alozor Michael Ikechukwu

One at a time is the step of life Take a leap when you get to a pit Else, down the pit you’ll dive When you resurface your bearing is lost. Slow and steady is the race of life Never look back ‘cos it’s lost and gone When you meet setbacks, make a dive Bypass… Continue reading POET OF THE WEEK: RULES OF THE GAME by Alozor Michael Ikechukwu

EARTH IS BEAUTIFUL by El Sane Ken Silencer

Darker more to the darkest of what we know dark the world is beautiful. It always shine like the chameleon that takes the beautiful colour to all eyes the world is beautiful. Shinning, like a gold that does not rust blowing some to whirl like no one turns yellow the world is beautiful.

IF THE CLOUDS COULD SPEAK by Maxwell Onyemaechi Opia-Enwemuche

If the Clouds could Speak She would cry bucket of tears every day As our recklessness causes her to be weak For we burn debris like hell every day. If the clouds could speak out, They will tell us their horrible stories They’ll sing it aloud with a great shout For a cleaner environment with… Continue reading IF THE CLOUDS COULD SPEAK by Maxwell Onyemaechi Opia-Enwemuche