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Do check out Teehem's other write-ups here. Interesting stuff! by @teehem Pointing has always been an invaluable skill/gift whichever way you may have it. If you disbelieve, check your Quran, bible or ask your Ifa/Agbala as it applies to you. Amean, … Continue reading
Remember About Men….Part One? Here is the second part. Do comment and share. Thanks. by @teehem It always starts with an 'xy' gene Until that 'xx' gene is formed And then 'xx' gene is re-named When she's 1-3 … Continue reading
by Yomi Edward Araba, What are you still doing out there, unmoved? Are your ears so muffled that you cannot hear the river roar? It is approaching… Won’t your sense dialogue with your feet? Sounds of grumbling clouds… Mothers calling … Continue reading
by Teehem It always starts with an 'xx' gene yeah, remember she ate the 'Apple' first It's her job to nurture 'xy' genes from the womb, to the tomb from the womb, it's hers to carry out the womb? Still … Continue reading
by Cynthia Jusi I am thinking about this girl She and I are more than close She always wished life was fair But whoever could avoid life's troublesome woes Travelling along the bumpy road of life Laced with roses, thorns … Continue reading
by Niyi Adekanye As we hoist our banners of conscience Amongst us they that lower them As we brew our bubbles of consciousness Amongst us they that burst them We With our burdens in our hands We With our … Continue reading
by Cynthia Jusi In yesterday's crowd you stopped my heart's hurried pace. Through all that chaos you made mine a distinct face. The thoughts in your head echoed mine like a town crier's gong. My emotions you said filled you … Continue reading
by feyisayo adeyemi I can see her face. She's sitting comfy in that spot she’s always seated but her mind is far from whatever's around her. Just as I’m looking at her now; in my mind, she sees me too. Worrying … Continue reading
by Idris Sado These walls once were grim and gloomy. Here many a fate met their doom. I still see them in their chains, their sweaty bodies tilling the grounds. They wet the soil with tears from … Continue reading
by Sylvia Agamah Oh, the Moon. Ready and poised to wax or wane, Lady Moon. You roll on to perfect gain. Half Moon. Is your incompleteness healing pain? Lady Moon, are you tired? You look so pale. Art thou quiet … Continue reading
by Titilope Alake I want to be a beautiful bird Precisely..Odidere Odidere and its flashing wonders With its garments of bright colours Then I shall call a show in the Sun And invite all other birds to the … Continue reading