Leonell EchaMay 14, 2017

Dear Groom, I write today to plead your gaze looking at the bride, beautiful in her white garment that will be stained with wifely and mother duties. When the child spills his milk on her awesome breast, there you would smile with memories of how you first met. Dear groom, I won’t sugarcoat words or […]

Leonell EchaJanuary 4, 2017

A circus bull, a red-eyed bull, Charging for blood; dying for mud. Niger delta helter-skelter Helter-skelter Niger delta They grope for stars, in a hostile sky. They dare to fish as they are fished, in poison ponds and muddy graves. There is a pattern, their lives take. There is a manner in which their live […]

Leonell EchaOctober 28, 2016

Seduce us out of wisdom into folly Then laugh till you ache Watching, aloof, as our essence break Elated like the sun dancing on a wavy stream, jolly. Blinded by your smokescreen We became jubilant like a peer-pressured teen In our sedateness, we went to sleep on a bed Only to reveille on a coal, […]

Leonell EchaSeptember 4, 2016

It looked so neat when I stood upon my feet. You knew I followed the rules and I saw the hints and clues. I was the one who they used as a model as religious and faithful to seek my counsel. Deep down they never saw it, I was broken. It looked so perfect when […]

Leonell EchaJuly 23, 2016

She told me she was better than me Sink, Sink, the words glided down my spine Sprouting weeds of “i’m not good enough” Shaking with unbelief, The goddess within me wailed Shattering the deceiving mirror that called me naive Scratching out the words LESSER painted on the mirror Summoned, the goddess within me spoke in […]

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