There were nights when the wind was so cold
How are you doing? How is the teaching profession treating you.
I can only imagine how much your students must love you and how sad they will be to see you go at the end of your industrial attachment. How could they not? Your overly modest intellect and overwhelming beauty have always been a drug i could never seem to get off of.
Oluwafeyikemi, i am writing this letter because Continue reading
Yet another sad lonely day
The chirping of unfamiliar birds
Make the lonely day more gloomy
The far cry of the noisy children
From down the road
The heavily powered generators and the fumes
My lungs have never suffered this much
Oh I remember when I held my breathe
Oh then my lungs suffered
One would have thought I would die
But I didn’t.
A child I was.
The detergent I swallowed Continue reading
This is Absolutely Beautiful.
The first frog you kiss will have a name that is an object of importance to the Catholic church. He’ll be the first reason you learn self consciousness because the day after you tell him you can no longer be his back up plan, you pass his friends on the street and assume their whispers are about you. He’ll also be the first to teach you a boy’s lie; a girl called Fortune.
The second frog you kiss will invade the haven you’ll find in the woods. He’ll sit by your side while you write in your special green book and you’ll convince yourself that you’re okay with him being there until the day his breath begins to burn your skin.
The third frog you kiss, you won’t remember.
The fourth frog you kiss will be a final year pressure,the kiss will be brief and unpleasant and never happen again…
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God, dressed as man, bore the pain of man as man.
Thou art man, know thyself.
“Not my will but yours be done”.
In this grief, grief grieved as joy was enjoined, till the soul enjoyed every bit of the shame.
Strolling upon uneven lands,
My eyes entrap the departing rays of sunlight
As they line the edges of a distinct cloud;
This cloud, Continue reading