Across the Oceans (Issue 3)

Across the Oceans (Issue 3) the sun is rising in Nigeria by Jim Lewis   the sun is rising in Nigeria scattering sleep like leaves running for their lives from the growl of a gas powered chainsaw ...

Blazing Hot (Issue 3)

Blazing Hot (Issue 3) Arewa by Kolade Olanrewaju Freedom Arewa, your beauty is a blade cutting deep into the fleshiness of my muse, to draw blood plastering crispy papers with fine layers of words ref...

Erotic Zone (Issue 3)

Erotic Zone (Issue 3) DRIVE ME CRAZY by Alozor Michael Ikechukwu Ram me with your sledge And take me to the edge Slam me like a loose boulder Let your breath kiss my shoulder Plough me as a virgin lan...

Puem-Dem Fo Naija Languej (Issue 3)

Puem-Dem Fo Naija Languej (Issue 3) YAWA DON GAS by Albert Seraphin Briz don blou Fawo yansh don opun Ren don fol Ded bodi leg don komot fo grev Wetin yu du fo sikrit Don ton sinima fo opun Wetin yu d...

On the Spot (Issue 3)

On the Spot (Issue 3) Adedayo Adeyemi Agarau is a student of Nutrition and Dietetics, Federal Polytechnic, Ede, Osun State. Adedayo is the first son of the Agarau’s family. He hails from Oke-Ag...

Special Contributor (Issue 3)

Special Contributor (Issue 3) Deceitful Truth by Makinde Damilola Returning from buying eggs and sardine that Saturday morning, I heard someone calling out to me. It was my friend Wasiu who lived next...

Spoken Waves (Issue 3)

Spoken Waves (Issue 3) Ifeanyi Bernard “Prestige” is a spoken word artist and a teacher who has participated in many poetry slams. He was the winner of the first BB Slam and the first runner up i...

Tongues of Poetry (Issue 3)

Tongues of Poetry (Issue 3) Anụnụebe by Amarachi Attamah   Bịa, ị bụdị anụnụebe? A naghị ekwe onye ọzọ Ibe I bee, i bechie ebe onye ọzọ ga-ebe   Oge ọbụla i na-...

Poetic Insight (Issue 3)

Poetic Insight (Issue 3) ABIKU  (An Appraisal of J.P. Clark’s Poem ‘Abiku’) by Oghenero Ezaza Abiku is a Yoruba (Nigerian) appendage for any child suspected to have been born but dies at infanc...

Crispy Satire (Issue 3)

Crispy Satire (Issue 3) OUR ARMS ARE TROUBLED by Obodokasi Adehtem Agbor Why do we take up cudgels and stones at our legislator? Should we not hang our chins in our palms and pity his troubles? a wel...

Words on Creative Marble (Issue 3)

Words on Creative Marble Our Hope by Okeme Jerome   We are the Future’s Eye by Maureen Alikor   Walking Down the Bridge by Akintola Akindele   I am just a Pen by Vivien Braide Viv...