Poetry

PERFECT ILLUSION – BY JANNA ONYEMAOBI

Perfect Illusion   Author's cry: Day time seems like forever Night comes and seems like never Me trying...

THE VOICES OF BROKEN GIRLS – JANNA ONYEMAOBI

The voices of broken girls WE were young Until we stopped growing Living life as tho Our lives...

THE ROOTED LIFE – ABIMBOLA AKINWUMI

The rooted life   The secrets we keep have a way of feeding the eyes Many with a...

FEAR – ADEGBITE ARINOLA

Only you made me tremble At your sight I’m humble You alone wreak my soul Your presence made...

NYSC’S CALL PART 2 – BY EMMANUEL IKOROMASOMA

People have started getting along Others jugging into a relationship I don't have a guy or a girl...

Alma Mater – Adetoye Comfort

Great is my alma mater, land of diversity A world on its own, making a brotherhood out of...

HOUSE ON FIRE – BY TAKEET ELIZABETH

She moves around with the world's burden Drunk husband, a demonic soul Heap of sorrow piercing the heart...

NYSC’S CALL PART 1 – BY EMMANUEL IKOROMASOMA

Up in the hills I hear The far cry of a country Beaconed on me to serve While...

NYSC’S CALL PART 3 – BY EMMANUEL IKOROMASOMA

We were not called our names but Our numbers, as the day ages, Alawi the only sound that...

REWRITE THE WRITTEN – BY JANNA ONYEMAOBI

Gradually moving Afraid of missing a step Afraid of making a mess . . . . . ....