Monthly Archives: September 2011

PATERNITY LIES

The sobs from Moji come from one end of the room where she sits; the sobs are so loud that the man at the other end hears them without straining his ears. Ayobami, the man at the other end of … Continue reading

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YOU MUST PAY THE PRICE

“I have camped around some great men and I know that there is a price to pay…” Bishop David O. Oyedepo. I am a young Nigerian who is aiming for the top; I am also surrounded by many young people … Continue reading

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THE TIME IS NOW

My undergraduate days in the university were filled with many memorable happenings and I reminisce them with nostalgia. Some of those happenings were wonderful, while some were actually absurd but they belong to my past which I no longer have … Continue reading

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ALL I CAN BE

Just yesterday, I felt like a tourist guide, That thoroughly knows the way, But today I feel like a child, Totally lost in the hay. Yesterday, I felt like I had a detailed map, That clearly shows the path, And … Continue reading

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ALL HE COULD BE

He was just a boy like every other boy, But he wasn’t a boy like all the other boys, Though he had his own array of toys, But his mind was filled with thoughts way beyond any toy. We found … Continue reading

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THE ORCHARD MAN

There was a large orchard in one big estate, And a large tree stood in the middle of that orchard. Gigantic was it and beautiful to behold. It was a source of delight to the land lords, And they proudly … Continue reading

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I AM A PATRIOT

‘The man dies in all who KEEP SILENT in the face of tyranny. – Wole Soyinka In the short period that I had allotted and devoted most of my time on facebook to discussing topical political issues I have received … Continue reading

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