Poet’s Corner

Read: Fatimya P. Pel.| Rudolph Adidi

Some time ago by the ocean of this time It was at that time, during the rain, A maiden was served

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Poetry: Dear Groom | Rachel Charles

Dear Groom, I write today to plead your gaze looking at the bride, beautiful in her white garment

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Poetry: David Oracle Onotu | Eve of Iska (for Cyprian Ekwensi)

            1 My mother is a woman, sometimes she fancies herself super human. My father is a

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Read: David “Oracle” Onotu | To Plateau with love

I am in a faraway land, but I am one of you and I shall come soon with many others too. I hear of

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Read: Rudolph Adidi | Niger Delta II

I see your dim-eyed children potbellied with lust. I see your dumb-doubting fathers resting

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DAVID “ORACLE” ONOTU | Niger Delta!

A circus bull, a red-eyed bull, Charging for blood; dying for mud. Niger delta helter-skelter

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Poetry 365

Poetry: From My Incomplete Notes

Sycamore reminds me of the word tall, musing on music could build a wall. Heaven reminds me of

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Poetry: Ode To The Future

Before you come, please be aware, The traffic might be too heavy. And when you come, you’ll

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Poem Review: “Habit” By Nikki Giovanni

Here are reviews on one of the world’s famous poet’s poem. Nikki Giovanni, byname of

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Poetry: The Day After Forever

Today is the day after forever, None can tell the weather. There is no morning, Neither would there

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Poetry: A-F-R-I-C-A!!

Again they told us your story, Free of wounded verses and hurting plots Rain reigned like falling

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Poetry: The Things I Cannot Do

What abomination has touched the moon? What has time asked to come back soon? Is it the pages of

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News and Events

Download Poetry LP -“HANDWRITING” By Ruddapoet!

This post has no space for text. Download the zip folder below to have access to the tracks, the

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Download “Sleep In Peace” (A Poem for Children) by Ruddapoet

“Children are like wet cement, whatever falls on them makes an impression.” This is

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Slam That Hurt At The Jos Poetry Slam 2.0

There has been so many mishaps making the headlines lately: abductions, terrorist attacks, pro and

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Pick A Ticket For The First Jos Poetry Slam

Here’s the deal, the tickets might not last up to the 2nd of next month because this is the

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Download New Spoken Word Piece: “Woman” | Hybrid

Agboola Damilola, also referred to as Hybrid is a spoken word poet, a writer and an entrepreneur

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BASIRU S. AMUNENI | “Lunatics are pioneers, industry changers and revolutionists.”

There is only one way to see the picture a writer paints in words: read the writer’s book. I

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Scripts

READ: “It Was Not Christmas Yet” | Bose Ayeni-Tsevende

I did not want to tell you But you must have heard The blast was heaven-bound! The blast shook the

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GRANDSUN “No Fear”: You’re just another name tag abandoned after the course.

This is not a review. GrandSun’s No Fear didn’t try to bask in his lyrical dexterity.

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READ: AFRAH MOHAMMED |Brazed, Yet Sublime

Sitting on the stairs, so sublime, Eyes fixed on the horizon, dazed Happy, sad, waiting for bedtime

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Read: Jazz Night | Basiru Sunday Amuneni

Blue lights red dazzling dimpled arena a smiling cascade of white chiffon debonair drapes heralding

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Read: Afrah Mohammed | KALEIDOSCOPE

So dear so near, If only you knew that with your ink You drain the sorrows and worries From the

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Read: Prudence Obadan-Enujiofor | Compass

Paradox is the title of our song Parallel lies our destiny Yet in our separate lives In our

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