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August 8, 2022

What Do You Do With Fleeting Thoughts?

I've been wondering about my fleeting thoughts, particularly those containing individuals.
August 5, 2022

we’ve got us

we've got us now, and yes, until tomorrow. aye! until eternity halts. no?
August 5, 2022

How to Write a Book Foreword: 6 Steps Guide

How to Write a Book Foreword: While writing a book foreword is a difficult task, this article will walk you through how to get started and what to write.
July 24, 2022

This Christianity Thing Is An Extreme Sport

Choosing Jesus does not ensure a life free from suffering. However, it does guarantee you relief from suffering, recovery from illness, unwavering love during heartbreak, progress after setbacks, and eternal life after our journey in this wicked world is done.
July 17, 2022

this is church

this is church choking sometimes by doctrines & dogmasboring most times by traditions that dull mindsparasitic other times. just another social gatheringof hypocriteswho are pious only []
July 8, 2022

somewhere online i have a friend

'somewhere online i have a friend' is a poem that most people can relate to. Some relationships are friendships you'll have for the rest of your life, but those aren't the norm unless you're extremely lucky.
July 4, 2022

For Boys Trapped Underground

he's trapped in a cellar, howling for help, but silence takes his sound and gives nothing in return. only dreadful silence.
June 29, 2022

My Favourite Kind Of People

My favourite kind of people are not a certain group of people, who have certain skin colour, ascent, language group or whatever tags that segregates humans.
June 20, 2022

This Is Not A Poem 002

i miss me the choir of gladnessno longer sing in my headas often as before now when they doit is an agonizing loopof nightmarish cacophony alto []
June 17, 2022

This Is Not A Poem 001

"only he who is benefiting from the chaos prays a committee of drunken gods to prolong the days of a virus"
June 14, 2022

the soul taker

the soul taker waits in a boat n'onụ mmịrị the young he takes òtù n'òtù n'ime ili
June 13, 2022

Restraint

in a second, your focus shifts from one timeline to another, and suddenly you remember mothers embrace, her favourite song and her last words: "son, not all battles must be fought"
June 6, 2022

The Excitement Of Meeting A New Person

The excitement of getting to know a new person is thrilling. It's like reading a book that keeps you glued to the pages until you arrive at the back cover.
June 5, 2022

Don’t Mingle With Unbelievers

"Don't mingle with unbelievers." I thought unbelievers were non-Christians, pagans, Muslims, and 'children of the world'. But growing up, I began to observe the discrimination between Christians.
June 2, 2022

a feeling that’s hard to describe

A feeling that's hard to describe: overwhelmed by frustrations you live in denial of, quarrelling voices thud hard their boots on the slab of your head.
June 1, 2022

abstract poetry

abstract: sometimes i flip through the pages of my diary & admire how gorgeous my muse catwalks from verse to verse.
May 31, 2022

there’s a storm in my mind

i am sitting by my desk with my thoughts flapping like chaotic butterflies hastening away from the rumbling bowels of a hopeless romantic
May 30, 2022

Review of The End of Mr. Y

A cursed book sends a young woman on a philosophical journey through an alternate dimension in this “stylish and dizzying” novel, "The End of Mr. Y" by the author of PopCo (New York Times).
May 30, 2022

In Remembrance Of The Fallen

It's May 30 again, the day Biafrans set aside in remembrance of the fallen heroes who chose to die on their feet rather than live on their knees.
May 27, 2022

luck

Shallow men believe in luck. Strong men believe in cause and effect. I say luck is when an opportunity comes along and you're prepared for it.