Poetry: Two Drops For The Bereaved

If i could wake you, These things i would say to you: Take this glass of gin. Of what use is dying when We die with a good liver? Okay. Just one drop, Or maybe two for old times. Beefeater? Greenhook...

Poetry: The Sun in the Rain

Water is to light As stars are to skies at night; Selfsame sesame . Bringing total cleansing home, Fixing doors of light and hope. We sprout with the fields, Waking from our winter sleep With sheets...

Poetry: Life

Angel or mortal, Your identity I seek. Danger or safety? Your assurance, I will need. Knife,wife, with these your name rhyme. Easy road to death. Your presence I can’t explain, Yet life you are...

Poetry: The Norm In Abnormal.

The walls keep cracking All the way to the floor. There’s something we are lacking That can’t be found in a store. Those pages our minds are deleting We can never restore. And we dive in...

Poetry: The Last Drop of Kindness

In your thoughts you were lost. In my unhealthy state i traveled just to find out, How big cheap thoughts cost. I paved a way for you to stand out. Now the identity of your sanity you gladly post. In...

Poetry: Be Thankful For Nothing

On a bright Sunday morning, Scores of mystery wandered in my head It was of joy not mourning I pondered what it could be instead My knees dropped low as I genuflected Index performed the sign of the...

Poetry: Nobody Woke Us Up!!

Feverish promises made We swallowed like eba ,egusi and meat No sooner than he mounted his throne Did he perfect his macabre dance Of pathetic yesteryears Of a son that never raised a stone in life...

Poetry: Living Dangerously

Cutting corners with kites Leaping unafraid of heights Giving unaware of tithes Slipping from religion’s writhe. Digging unafraid to die Building landmarks in the sky Revealing the truth in a...