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Kiss Me Through The Phone – ELISHA SEYITAN

I wonder what have become of the present day relationships We no longer wait for those carefully beautifully written letters of our loved ones They have been replaced with instant messaging Those letters reflected true emotions You do not need … Continue reading

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In Whom Am Well Pleased

I had never been baptized Since you soaked me up in your holy water I was your well chosen While your mother verified It’s obvious she taught you well Oh! well she did Your four cornered temple A place of … Continue reading

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Poetry Play #31

Samuel Oluwatobi Olatunji and Keenah-kay Chekwas   K:             My heart is grieving from within             A pain so deep it’s overwhelming S:             Last night, he picked my heart             And nailed it on the cross of Calvary

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