UNCLE JERO THE SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER by Olawale Ibiyemi

I Often he speaks with the charm of an angel, his words filliping the minds that listen like a feather He is the priest standing by the altar of unrighteousness ready to sacrifice hymens; knife between thighs. Predator preaches peace peacefully and piece by piece Reason is stripped of her arsenal, Reason lies naked in… Continue reading UNCLE JERO THE SUNDAY SCHOOL TEACHER by Olawale Ibiyemi

CAGE THAT PENDULUM BETWEEN YOUR LEGS by Osoba Taiwo Peter

The direction of your penetration Was determined by your erection. You hurriedly unzipped And have her cloth stripped. She had lost all her might in the fight, When good people are out of sight. You forced her legs apart, And forcefully dived into her sacred part. With that thing in between your legs like a… Continue reading CAGE THAT PENDULUM BETWEEN YOUR LEGS by Osoba Taiwo Peter

OMO OLOSAN 1

One evening I sat amidst the gossiping winds Reading the dailies Sweet voices come calling From a distance, ‘Oyin ladun osan’ (The orange’s sweetness is honey) Gripped within by unseen compassion I forced my focus On the loss Super Eagles gained Brother, shey e’era osan? (Brother, will you buy oranges?) Lifted my eyes to see… Continue reading OMO OLOSAN 1