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‘Desiderata’ (1927 Prose-Poem) – by Max Ehrmann

I came across this today, and found it full os wisdom, so I thought to share with you: Desiderata. ************************************************************************************** The prose poem Desiderata was written around 1920 and copyrighted in 1927, by American lawyer/writer Max Ehrmann (1872-1945). – Desiderata ...

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For Princess Tope Olowu….. An AWESOME friend; An AMAZING woman.

For Princess Tope Olowu….. An AWESOME friend; An AMAZING woman. Today is my Awesome friend’s birthday Temitope Omo Olowu Aya Ajagbe, the one place I want to be right now is in your company, the laughter in your eyes is ...

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Leading Change by Pharm Fredrick Ify Okoye

LEADING CHANGE   CHANGE is INEVITABLE! One of the few things that do not change is change itself. Change is constant. Change is guaranteed. CHANGE IS INEVITABLE! Yet we avoid & fight change so much.   The sooner we come ...

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The Ripper’s Love by Debo Adejugbe

The Ripper’s Love The moon fades tonight, withdrawing her beauty I long more for the peace your deathly love brings So many times I have wandered in futility Persistently holding on to joyful makeup bliss Is there a gaze that ...

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ten savage thrusts of the kitchen knife (poetry) – Toyin Fabunmi

I must come to the world again I must avenge my death You were supposed to love me You vowed to do so Before God and man you vowed Ten savage thrusts of the Kitchen knife Two for each of ...

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The Village Boy (Poetry) by Henry Chybuzor

The Village Boy (Poetry) by Henry Chybuzor (1) My People and I have a rich, long history. My people ar’ endowed, ours’ a bless’d land, Long before I was born, foreigners ruled our village; They were very light-skinned, I was ...

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