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The Reason For The Season: A Poem by Solomon Ekoja

As we celebrate Stay away from sin Remember the poor and needy Extend the love of Christ And believe in Jesus for salvation

A season to be Jolly : A Poem by Becky Peleowo

So what’s your reason for the season? To kill, to steal, to maim or defame? To suppress, to oppress or make others feel depressed Who exactly do you wish to impress, The humble host or his gorgeous guests?

Breakfast For Xmas by Victor Oladejo

The yellow rays of the sun crept through my curtains and sat on my eyes when I woke up. I rolled to the other...

Tentacles Of Reasons: A Poem by Oluwaseun Osanyinro

From childhood, I have always wondered What the Christmas season was all about From childhood, I have always wondered Why there was a particular season to kill...

To My Beloved: A Poem by Oluwaseun Osanyinro

Love, they say has no senses The feeling they say makes one feel weightless Yet, when I met you, it was as if I had run...

JUST WHY? a poem by Becky Peleowo

They said he died for me And washed away my sins They said his bloody stripes heals every bruise and pain They said he rose again from a...

My Father: A Poem by Emmanuel Enaku

As I sit here, trying to string in words, my memories run wild, Going into overdrive because of what you meant to me. You were an...

Cupid And A Strange Town: A Poem by Victor Oladejo

I Cupid enters a town, today they celebrate love, his greatest weapon, On a corner of a street, an old woman seats on a stool, She holds...

The Sad Period Of Grace : A Poem by by Emmanuel Enaku

When I was younger, I was told the story of a child. A child born in a manger, in hay and under the clouds. I was told of...

Ode To A Demigod: A Poem by Chukwuemeka Oluka

O demigod, to know you is to know the finest You may not like these expressions, But I’m sorry, I just can’t help it though Mortal and...

Bloody Valentine! – A Poem by Becky Peleowo

                 I Bring roses for my love, Scatter delicate Lilies so white, Moradeke, my queen, my dove, So now, why do we fight? Old naira notes squeezed into a...

Triumph of the Virgin: A Poem by Becky Peleowo

I thought he would be the missing piece of my puzzle. At the dawn of our acquaintance I was his idol; loved and adored.

Celebrating New Life: A Poem by Solomon Ekoja

Tick after tick Three decades beckoned Like spider webs Woven with spurned promises Around the scripture ceiling Of Matthew: 1:21 On came the anthem From river Jordan With sounds of an acapella...

My Final Dirge: A Poem by Emmanuel Enaku

In secret, I craved your presence. And then, because I could hold it no more, I had spilled the words that had multiplied So much in my heart

A Burning Heart: A Poem by Victor Oladejo

In my ears, I heard the cold legs of fate walking towards me, Should I tell this young bird that the last person who made my body tingle died when I believed my world was made?

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