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Mother Asaya

BEFORE YOU, mother Asaya, In Khaki I stand; Before your bushy presence, A prodigal Feeding on yam and bean, Lost in your Parade Under your scorching sun I wait In my jungle boots, Soldiers for the march At commands of … Continue reading

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Stereotypes – OZIOMA OKAFOR

I once thought all apples were green until I saw a red one I once thought all peppers were red until I saw a green one I once thought all boards were black until I came across a white one … Continue reading

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