I ask you wait; I need to carry some weight Bringing sexy back; can’t afford to be late Feed your soul more; though you already ate… Read more “Weight”
Poetry. Poetry. Poetry. Beyond a doubt the art form is experiencing a resurgence like nothing before. Is it coincidence that the NLNG Prize… Read more “Spotlight: Kukogho Iruesiri Samson With What Can Words Do?”
Click here to read The Seven-Year Orgasm I Their colleagues were completely blown over by the Tiwa who came back from Abuja. But… Read more “The Seven-Year Orgasm II”
Still waters Banks flow overflow with memories A drowning? No. A Baptism Pleasant metaphors. Words. Euphemisms. Shaking. Slaking of thirst in prison Wondering. Wandering. One dying. Lying.
That something; the something that always pops up where you’re about to make a really stupid mistake popped up at the same time Tiwa’s caramel breasts… Read more “The Seven-Year Orgasm I”
No. She’s Not Mine We’re just siblings of a kind But I’m blessed I met her Before I left the earth Not everyday you meet people with… Read more “One of A Kind Mother”
Many, many many things go bump in the night. But not all of them are bad. In the exact same vein, several things go… Read more “Midweek Fix: Things That Go Bump”