CATTLE CASTLE By: Ahunna Ejiogu

The poet, Ahunna Ejiogu in this sorrowful ode mourns a Nigeria that is gradually transiting from human citizenry to cattle citizenry. Excerpts: CATTLE CASTLE cattle choke on bones from flesh of humans who walk on hind legs how cheap the green white green table turns guns lurk under table shoots our souls dead blood pools […]

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JANE AND JUNE

The poet, Ahunna Ejiogu in this melancholic poem depicting the two classes of women in Nigeria (Hardworking Women and Runs Women); acknowledges the obnoxious relevance of the Runs Women and how they take the lion share from the society ruled by men; thereby negating the values of Handwork vis-a-vis rendering the Hardworking Women as inferior. […]

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Lamentations Of May 29- POETRY

The poet, Ahunna Ejiogu, displays an imagery of a starving people begging for their rights to food. The poem is the collective lamentation of Nigerians in the present APC dispensation where “Change” is promised for the betterment of the people but instead, the living condition is worsened; ranging from a failing economy to zero-functioning policies […]

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Dumb, Dumber, Dumbest  (An Ode to Lovers)- POETRY

  The poet, Ahunna Ejiogu, writes to serenade Lovers. This poem was actually written on Valentine’s Day. Poem is laced in brilliant metaphors. This Poem depicts a thirsty woman calling on her lover to discard all niceties and treat her like he would do to one-night stand. Explicit Content inherent… Reader’s discretion advised. Excerpts:   […]

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Black Rich, White Poor- POETRY

The poet, Ahunna Ejiogu, expresses the Naivety of Africans, which suffocates in-between Western Needs and their Aids… African’s dependency, portrayed by the ‘giving hands’ of the West is a Deceit. And while Africa receives foreign aids, staying eternally grateful to the West; the Fact lurks beneath the surface of Africa’s vulnerability… FACT IS: The West […]

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