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

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?