IF BLACK… by by Lebile Melt Tosin

if the black doesn’t forgive there would be war forever if we don’t forget blood would paste our road if the black don’t believe to build faith admits molestation if they don’t………….. no white would walk alive if the black don’t forget how they hang our fore fathers if we don’t forgive how they forcefully… Continue reading IF BLACK… by by Lebile Melt Tosin

FREEDOM, THE PATH OF HISTORY: by Ayodeji A. Adeyemi

(In honor of victims of slavery while it lasted International Day for the Abolition of Slavery) Toiling and thumping in the pains of history freedom they say was all we needed we roll and boil in the bloodbath of slavery our kindred always the sacrificial lamb it felt so real the agonies of war we… Continue reading FREEDOM, THE PATH OF HISTORY: by Ayodeji A. Adeyemi

OUR FATHERS

Our exalted fathers kissed the steel and made thousand crowns of chain upon their throttled necks from barns where their being beamed dim. Fetid festers watered their fetters’ studs holy waters for new converts they shared communion with their heads the lip of dawn bore their detritus. What have they not learnt, harvesting blood like… Continue reading OUR FATHERS