Only Yesterday, a poem by Akeem Akinniyi

   Only yesterday, the tides of this world brought us together, strangers from distances which have routes in the nooks and crannies of this world covered by clouds. Dawn’s horseman riding on dusk’s horse flogged those naive beginnings of strangers extending hands, giving out names. Little trusts built out of weighed doubts, glimmers of hopes … More Only Yesterday, a poem by Akeem Akinniyi

A Simple Life, a poem by Adeojo Kolawole Adeyemi Hannibal

   We all should be simpleton  Expecting apples to fall on us  with Newton speed  We all should be Thomas Gray  Ruefully sitting by the grave  singing the dead’s elegy  A simple dialogue  A simple song  Not digital but analogue  No Woofer but a simple gong  To tap our feet to the tune of love  … More A Simple Life, a poem by Adeojo Kolawole Adeyemi Hannibal