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They Lived Happily Here by Olagunju Sunday Gbenga

[tabby title="Poem"] They were once hereThey lived happily hereBut now, their land is deserted and desolateLike a desert where grass never grows Here they are camped nowIn a house after the similitudeThe similitude of a caveThough ‘’shielded’’ with woodSome children...

Is She Your Mother? by Olagunju Sunday Gbenga

[tabby title="Poem"] She cried many a timeHer head buried in deep sorrow and heart cumbered with worriesWondering why the delay for the fruit of the womb, the joy of marriageIs she your mother? ‘’Hope the prayer is answered,’’ soliloquizing‘’It is...

When Spirit Moves by E.T.H AINA

[tabby title="Poem"] As you climb the ladder of success,focus on moralitywith eternityand immortality. And as you go "in this thy might"moveWhen the spirit movesbut beware of the spirit that moves youfor your boiling pointnot to be your starting point. [tabby...

They are God’s Heritage by Olagunju Sunday Gbenga

[tabby title="Poem"] They are God’s heritage. Yes, they are: precious jewels from the creatorThey are divine heritage bequeathed to our privileged hands for nurturing (upbringing)In a moment of pleasure, at the apex of conjugal splendor they are formedOh! What a...

The night of deaths by patty Green

[tabby title="Poem"] to dance freely is to cup your breathin your lung & smile,holding yourself togetherin the palm of the night,drinking from the handsof memory that replays the taleof your father's demise. to dance freely is to see the daybreaks...