I Am My Own God

Like God,i know me well. When i sin, i can tell i err. I never drown in fear. I amend,don’t compare at all. So many times i crawl, Climb up the heights then fall below. And that is how i know...

Can I be Honest With You?

I’m told that honesty Is a cuff to imprison one Like in a hit and run. So i dare speak of none to you. But tonight it is true. I am enamored too, i know. I feel my insides glow When hand in...

For Those Who Were Not Born

Dear John, stay where you are. There is nothing as far as near. Yes, i believe in fear, The steps you never hear coming With imprisoned drumming. Still,stay behind your string and sleep. Secrets are...

The Way Death Keeps In Touch.

No phone yet you won’t stop calling. No voice yet you come in bawling. Acting all good always in touch. Every gift you bring takes so much. You are indeed a friend in need, For in your...

Here’s How To Imagine

Go visit her suite Eat what she would eat Get wild! Wake, sleep on your feet Get burnt by her heat. Hate mild! While you’re on that street Tear out of your sheet My child. Because when...

Poetry: Water Under The Bridge.

Here’s a good story Of shame and glory. But how? Once…someone owed me (her heart would agree). A vow, We made over tea Ended bringing me Here now. Bunmi was my sea, With flow and degree...

Poetry: How To Tell A Lai

The lai is a French form. It’s a nine-line poem or stanza that uses an “a” and “b” rhyme following this pattern: aabaabaab. The lines with an “a” rhyme use 5 syllables; the “b” rhyme lines have 2...

Poetry: In The Sea, Under

In the sea, under Are things that hunger. You see, We only wonder, Our minds don’t plunger. Maybe Pirates may plunder For things still under The sea. To feed this hunger, The hands of thunder I...

Poetry: Cheers To Us!

Wow! Really,thank you! Even when we didn’t try, Life voted us in. From the corners where we hid, The rains dug and found our seed. This is inner peace, A keen search for inner piece; Deep. A...