Poem: Death is Enough!

  Yesterday I met a South African, who said she wasn’t African I met a Caucasian who said he was African. I met a leader who said he was a follower I met a mother who said she was a child I met a child who frowned at an adult And saw a dark skin... Continue Reading →

Queen Victoria’s God Daughter Was A Nigerian…

Sarah Forbes Bonetta, a princess of the Egbado clan of the Yoruba people, is best known as the goddaughter of Queen Victoria of Great Britain. Bonetta was born in 1843 in what is now southwest Nigeria. Her parents' names are unknown as are the names of her siblings who were all killed in the 1847 slave raid... Continue Reading →

Poem: If Only We Were Few…

If only we were few, We would understand loneliness, We would appreciate our companions And embrace one another before death has its pride.   If only we were few, We would validate ourselves as everyone should, And understand the essence of happiness, We would dance to the tune of child birth And hug the old... Continue Reading →

Sex And You

  Most of the time, people go into relationships and marriages without knowing themselves. They engage in sexual activities to hold on to a fellow which in the end gives them emotional trials but then the truth remains the truth and nothing ever stops the truth.   In today's society, almost everyone, especially the unmarried... Continue Reading →

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