Poem: Thy Ruth

Thy Ruth lovest thee when she saw thee She lovest thy kindred and lovest thy God She takes thee where she goes and walks in thy path She lovest thy trade and seeks only to glean it She embraces thy laws and seeks only thy love She craves for thy crave and is loved by... Continue Reading →

Poem: Black Woman

They call me black woman; No monograph, just black woman! Colored into a system Colored into a stereotype No depictions of my strength and worth Just black woman A name they estimate narrates who I am No permission, no consent from me about who I am or what I want to be known as Just... Continue Reading →

Poem: Nigeria! Yes Nigeria

Nigeria Nigeria! Yes Nigeria My motherland A land of diverse laughter Different tribes, different languages And great delicacies Nigeria! Yes Nigeria My motherland Built to scatter Built with confused souls Going on a merry go round leadership Dissecting and forgetting The true warriors to save thy neck Nigeria, my motherland Filled with the world’ best... Continue Reading →

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