This poem, “Jumping Jumping”, discusses the rampant incidents of suicide in African countries, most especially Nigeria. It reiterates that Traditional, Islamic, and Christian religions do not support suicide.
This poem is a summary of a queer persona’s journey to self-discovery.
She has blossomed like a flower. Her smile and blush tell that she is fresh…
The poem speaks about calmness of the night and how the poet enjoys the presence of the night and all it brings
The poem is about the palce of African women, and how important they are.
“DEATH SNUFFED OUT LIFE IN MY SISTER’S BODY” The piece portrays the event that happened to my sister on our way home from school, and how death steals her soul.
Don’t feel sorry for me. Don’t cry for me.
Through all of it, I still smile.
Wrote this down to cheer me up, on a certain day when my confidence was down. I came to the realization that people will always talk no matter what.
As humans, we are always quick to judge others whilst ignoring our many faults in us. This poem paints a perfect picture of it.
The poem speaks about a great indigenous town, Zaria, its inhabitants, their practice and their way of life.