ONE NIGERIA by Victor Igiri

(written in absolute dislike for Nigeria’s splitting…) Paint me White, not RED; Green, I beseech thee still and entomb every dark desires that kings your soul. Paint me Green, not Black so I can war with strength these old-new foes that crushes greenness. War? …and laborious a starless Yesterday we beheld: intercoursing discordant vibes at… Continue reading ONE NIGERIA by Victor Igiri

I AM NOT ALIEN by Dominic Ayegba Okoliko

I’m not alien, I’m just different. Don’t you hear nature’s comment? “Variety is complement”. I might have different tongue. It doesn’t mean I am dung. Like you, I’ve a life. Live let’s live. Like the rose and the bee, We can together be. The tongue and the teeth fight, Yet their difference they put to… Continue reading I AM NOT ALIEN by Dominic Ayegba Okoliko


Ever seen a man who lost his soul? Left with his heart rigid like a stone His humanity can be seen, but through a hole His life, his seeds will live to atone He’s like a gastropod A yard away from his shell Sojourns without his conscience onboard Seeks for pleasure in itinerary of hell… Continue reading #BringBackOurGirls: SHALL WE WAIT STILL