Bose Ayeni-Tsevende has often been described as poet of all ages. She simplifies poetry and tells you deeply in words that make you not forget to remember the beauty in poems. A former Dance and Choreography lecturer at the department of Theater and Film Arts, University of Jos, Bose has acted, performed and mimed in all forms of stage performances.
Poem: Farewell Dear Daughter Poet: Prudence Obadan-Enujiofor “Farewell dear daughter For in my absence you Shall read this I have made a crossbreed of cliches And caveats round your Subconscious Forget not to mate with It when I’m dust n bones Forgive me For not introducing you To posterity officially Now that you wear my shoes I’m sure you are
Poem: “To Tell A Vision” Poet: Vera Bonny “The first time i set my eyes on you, i was barely two I could hardly make out anything, your pictures were blurry But the sound called out to me and stayed true To focus on you, i would gobble my food and do chores in a hurry Then i began to grow
Artist – Malvina Song – Lust Reviewer: Joe Heman DOWNLOAD VIDEO Emotions make for the best music classics ever to sound the surface of the earth. Malvina’s background had opened her early to a fine song of soul. With her rich deep baritones and lit up heart, she found silver lining in churning out record that will outlive her physical presence
‘Night’ is its meaning in Hebrew and Arabic. Pronounced as lee-lah, lay-lah or lie-lah; the poem reeks, of the mystical. Set in the poets enchanting home city of Jos, Plateau, one of the much talked about highlands of sub-Saharan Africa, whose cool, evergreen hills has been an inspiration to famed writers from, Cyprian Ekwensi, Bose Tsevende, down to Abubakar Adams
Was the video too dark? Was the lyrical audibility delivered with clarity and the message positive? Did I like it? These are the few of myriad questions that litter the peaceful surface of my mind’s waters whenever I pick up a pen to write on a piece I just listened to or watched. I have come to discover that