Wishing you all a very merry Christmas.May the joy of this season gladden your heart.Supreme Ndubisi
The African society is one that is starving of accountability, so when someone decides to leave the ninety-nine behind and be that one who will be accountable even when no one is asking, we still find a way to castigate them without showing any brain power. First of all, just as Linda Ikeji has rightly… Continue reading My two cents on the Linda Ikeji – Sholaye Jeremi ish
Though far but I hear it, that voice deep and calm, Singing ever so melodiously and sweetly, The real song of my soul, Drowning all fears and troubled thoughts, It's a song of peace - peace that garrisons this heart of mine from all intrusive piercings and cut-ins. This voice I love, Sing more...
Touch my heart with fire and burn me with your love. Hold me closer than close and suffocate me with your embrace. Dazzle me in all your splendour then sweep me off my feet. Bear me on wings of forever while I gaze into your face Carelessly caressing this globe within our own Excitedly lost… Continue reading Home is you
Envy will end in hatred, hatred for yourself... Envy leads to loss, loss of yourself, of your own dreams, of all that you believe in. You lose your uniqueness and pursue after those of the object of your envy, you become totally dependent on them and even when victories come your way you fail to… Continue reading Shorty on Envy
We all have those noisy walkers around us, well this one is dedicated to them.
The word 'foolishness' is a pretty face to an ugly mind and body! It is a euphemistic representation of such an irritating concept, sounding so nice with a good grammatical structure, yet it describes something so shapeless, deadly and perpetually senile. Foolishness is not befitting of its name (but who will change it?) It graces… Continue reading Shorty on Foolishness