Leonell EchaNovember 16, 2017

There was this time This one time She lied to me She lied so bad My mother said liars are dangerous My mother said liars will kill My mother said… The liar said… No, I choose not to remember Bose ============================ Time has now come,the truth be told Tis but all gone; a lie turned […]

Leonell EchaNovember 15, 2017

Decisions are soft nuts to crack, But If you can’t, just let it live. Watch it fly with the birds. Who’ll weigh the consequences? Root your reasons in loam, water it! From its fruits, make me fresh juice. And before you say no, Feed your no with yeses. Emny Circuit. =============================== Why you dey burn […]

Leonell EchaNovember 13, 2017

Here are reviews on one of the world’s famous poet’s poem. Nikki Giovanni, byname of Yolande Cornelia Giovanni, Jr. (born June 7, 1943, Knoxville, Tenn., U.S.), is an African-American poet whose writings ranged from calls for violent revolution to poems for children and intimate personal statements. Giovanni grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio, and Knoxville, Tenn., […]

Leonell EchaNovember 7, 2017

Julius by the corner of the classroom, I and you had brains that swept good grades like broom. Where has life kept your big heart? For reminiscent moons have actually splitter us apart. I’m somewhere in the world, finally home I think, with fading stories of us, loneliness pushing its brink. Dear Isabel, with a […]

Leonell EchaOctober 30, 2017

It all begins with a hunger A decision to feed longer And then you decide, of food, the type, Of ingredients, and fruits that are ripe. And then you shop for devices, Oops, i meant for spices, For an ensemble,one satisfactory, Not the outcome of putty. Cut, steam , simmer, cream Write, edit, rewrite,trim. Stir, […]

Leonell EchaOctober 25, 2017

One stands alone Two build a home Three would exhaust a cologne Four is her quarter sized foam Five would ignite Six is abandoned to roam Seven is her jealous light Eight is a rainy day Nine is our cat sight. Every potter needs clay. A cranky wood needs spray. We learn to be stern […]

Leonell EchaOctober 10, 2017

To the earth, we must pay a debt For living​, serving and dying. A devotion mandating yet To the day i and forgiveness met A restitution untying To the earth, we must pay a debt. Sowing is to reaping in sweat Water used in place of crying A devotion mandating yet Good work and kindness […]

Leonell EchaOctober 6, 2017

Wind, Is what i call emotions. The rush of dopamine skinned Resetting motions- (slowly) But surely… The speed of rustling as she whistles, The entrance of louder whooshing. Psithurism; The trees and her leaves sing too. In wild calm rushes,a baptism; The chrism, warm and soothing dew. Then bursts abrupt, blustering open wide, A screech, […]

Leonell EchaOctober 5, 2017

Look over that fence marked life, it incurs disaster like a nagging wife. Children borrowing tears from the flying butterflies Opening their eyes to the light of the skies. Look at burma you may wonder what surely is the thunder drumming on the absence of the head when sleep is below the wind of the […]

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