Just yesterday I got to discover a lot about my place of origin ("place of origin..." sounded so funny in my head), we were having our regular morning devotion and typical me was half concentrated on what my mom was saying. The gospel she preached was something about the powers of this world … Continue reading The Place Where I’m From
Being Born with a silver spoon can be disastrous. Everything I wanted I got and everything I say NO to remains the same I've had the pleasure of making old men cry, young people like me wish they were me. Even old ones too My life isn't entirely bad but I know I will die … Continue reading I always feel like I will die young
(Queen writes) There's a faith we all share in common. We all go to bed with a strong faith of seeing the break of a new day, a new sun, another 7am. Just like me and you too, someone else somewhere said "I'll do that tomorrow" "I'll go there tomorrow" But never did that or … Continue reading Up and running
No Longer at Ease is a 1960 novel by Nigerian author Chinua Achebe. It is the story of an igbo man, Obi Okonkwo, who leaves his village for a British education and a small job in the Nigerian colonial civil service, but struggles to get in line with the Western lifestyle and ends up taking a bribe. The novel is the … Continue reading No longer at ease by Chinua Achebe
Things Fall Apart is a novel written during the colonial era of Nigeria, written by Nigerian author Chinua Achebe in 1958. It is seen as the archetypal modern African novel in English. This novel basically has its setting in the igbo traditional lifestyle . It tells the tale of Okonkwo, a local village leader and local wrestling champion in the fictional … Continue reading Things fall apart by Chinua Achebe
I sleep and wake up to one colour. There is nothing like blue skies in my world, no green grasses. What does purple look like? I hear its royalty. The sun rises like a gold above the waters I feel, I feel the heat. Oh I feel many things but can't see anything. Darkness my … Continue reading Black
Nothing I know could ever separate us. There isn't a day that goes by without me thinking of you. I love you today, tomorrow and many more tomorrows. I know you are wrong for me. The wronger the better.