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I – AKEWUSOLA HABIB

History flow Generation tap Alphabetical tablet Manuscript target Enlighten racket Swing to life, back to casket. As a child is born Rice begin to burn Advertisements

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Poetry Play #48

Samuel Oluwatobi Olatunji and Llushes   L: I look at the faces in the crowd. Empty faces, seeking yours in the crowd S: I thought I told you how to find me: I’m the man on whose head the sun … Continue reading

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Music (A Perfect Lifestyle) – MASETOP

Contagious I say True? It may Reasons I have to share For you to see in full flare An art form and cultural activity Soothing in its complexity So strong it binds The inner joy it finds

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In The Path Of Death

My eyes open slowly, I squint my face as I try to focus my vision. The sun shines brightly, my eyes hurts, hands hurt, my back hurts, it seems my whole body aches. I am on the ground, in the … Continue reading

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The System

The last trickle of hope slowly dies out As the bars are fastened into place Tears stream from their faces,a silent shout As the convicts are left to their fate

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Phases – ELISHA SEYITAN

At first it seems obscure Consequently the Gay nature Hold sway of our words, thought But when nature in combat form Comes knocking on the door Of our earthly existence We begin to find ways to wrestle

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Poetry Play #46

Samuel Oluwatobi Olatunji and Del Butterfly S: Every night, I pray I pray to be able to pluck you from the tree of my dreams Into the reality of my world D: Every morn, I wish to wake into your … Continue reading

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A Love Like Ours – OLAMIDE ABE

Love on some level is what we all crave; a mad infatuation, a passionate devotion, love so insane it blinds us to any of its faults. Never mind that it has the power to transform us into the most gullible … Continue reading

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Unilag for Humanity Pic-Fic Series: Dumbulu’s Fear – A-SALT

Dumbulu stared angrily at the fading shadows of the visitors whose mild arrogance made her eyelashes stand defensively. ‘What do they know about this community?’ She thought cynically. Do they know about many women who had been made artificial surrogates … Continue reading

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ÈKÓ (Lagos) – ELIAS SAHEED

Lagos an epitome of struggle, definitely a nation beneath one. Early morning vibes and hikes of getting into danfo, not even the tricycles battling the road with heavy trucks. The spirit of Lagos is a fountain of fun right from the … Continue reading

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