Iquo

CELEBRATING IQUO

‘Say my name?’ And the refrain goes on and on as you are sweetly drawn either by the sweet smiles or the sonorous sounds pouring from the lips of the artist… Then, you either hear the answer said by an accompanying artiste or the lady herself: ‘DianaAbasi’… You must have heard her perform or perhaps,…

13876646_1352508874763396_8866658988316901272_n

LESSONS ON GOING ON, A POEM AND THANK YOU

OUR NIGHTS NEED MORE STARS (A Poem) by Benjamin Elemide (for Su’eddie Vershima Agema) our nights need more stars to brighten hope for tomorrow our galaxy devoid of constellations that keeps eyes glued to miracles i saw you birth stars into words to keep us smiling like morning sun i saw you weave history in…

graves

Will We Hear Tomorrow (A Poem) by Muhibb Aslu

Those who hear not The sermon from graves Should eavesdrop on Jawara’s I hear a giggle-like roar Unheard by salivating cats Seated before a heavy lizard Those who see not the womb Of the ever heavy crystal ball Should flip through Yesterday They would hear songs That make vegetables dance There are tales in the…