LIFE AFTER DEATH

The question of life after death has always agitated the minds of people belonging to all religions and all ages alike.  There is also the atheistic view which totally denies

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Cherish The Beautiful Moments

At times….We need fantasyTo survive the reality. At times…We need to laugh out loudAt the verge of breaking down. At times…It is normalTo be abnormal. At times…I wonderWhy I wanderinto

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I’m ARTiculated too, see?

Well it’s true. I am myself a storyteller, and therefore, an optimist — a firm believer in the ethical bend of the human heart; a believer in the mind’s appetite

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STORY OF A RANDOM PERSON I MET TODAY.
Diary of a Pastor's Son
Jaachi Anyatonwu

STORY OF A RANDOM PERSON I MET TODAY

Commuters. Bus Drivers. Clients. Waiter. Hungry humans in the restaurant. A jolly little boy. Lame beggar. Stranded road users. It’s 10.48pm as I type this. I arrived home exactly twenty minutes ago. Why? It rained.

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Don't Scorn Love
poem
Jaachi Anyatonwu

Don’t Scorn Love

If you had been where I have been in the strange land accursed,
And you had seen what I have seen,
You would not laugh at love.

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THE FACADE
Nigeria
Jaachi Anyatonwu

THE FACADE

Which tenure, believed, this martyr
the one, which seeks, the masses’ window and backdoor
entry, to die for?

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Don't Mingle With Unbelievers
Christianity
Jaachi Anyatonwu

Don’t Mingle With Unbelievers

Don’t mingle with unbelievers. The first time I heard this, I thought I understood what was communicated. I was just a child following mummy and daddy to church.

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black boy
Jaachi Anyatonwu

Deep, a poem

Deep, a poem talks about the dept of being the same and changed and the dept of being what makes us decay.

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black boy
Jaachi Anyatonwu

faces, a poem

a boy has tears, he twists the arm of gods into sympathy even when same are drunk in divinity.

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How To Write A Question PoemHow To Write A Question Poem
articles
Jaachi Anyatonwu

How To Write A Question Poem

A question poem is described by its name: it’s a series of queries, often rhetorical in style. The poem generates one question after another, building upon a topic.

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may
poem
Jaachi Anyatonwu

May

may you discover that the love you crave for
was within you, waiting in line, all along

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