Dear queen is a poetry collection of love, women, self esteem, heart break, self empowerment, Identifying one's true self, and just telling that one person you're not alone with all that is going on in the world right now. It has 30 motivating, inspiring and capturing entries and a plus one final message.
A complete cycle of 12 months is a very significant thing After one year, parrents always find ways to organised birthday parties for their year old babies. If one can be consistent for a year, he can be consistent for ever. This book have been published to mark a one year of consistent writing, also to commemorate my birthday, I believe I got my poetry and other d skill from God as a birthday gift. May the words in this book bless you! Happy birthday to me
The writer is in obvious dilemma about life. His heart is long dead, and all emotions that he carries are acrimonous. The poem carries a suicidal feel, but is that the writer's intentions? Yiu can only find out by reading. It's a single page poem..
A Butterfly’s Musing is a collection of poems by Nigerian writer and legal practitioner Omotoyosi Akinpelu. In this book, the poet invites readers into her mind; she exhibits her soul and unveils her different layers in thirty-one unpretentious poems. A Butterfly’s Musings is personal, revealing, and undeniably socially relevant.
Biafra. It means different things to different people. But this is better than it ever being without meaning. Evokes different passions in different quarters. But this is better than it ever evoking nothing. Stimulates different conversations in different places. But this is better than it ever being covered in silence. We must remember. For its lessons are legion, and its capacity to inspire the worst, yes, but also the best in us is eternal. So, let the narratives flourish, from left, right and centre, till we find our peace. This is the task to which Opia-Enwemuche Maxwell Onyemaechi – with Ozoemena! – has lent his pen. In deed, ozoemena. Dike Chukwumerije CEO, Simply Poetry || Author, Urichindere
In order to cushion the effect of the troubles and crisis ravaging the world, especially the novel COVID-Nineteen pandemic, this master piece is written to bring succor, healing and assurance of hope, giving solace to the spiritless. It’s carefully crafted to address issues of lost hope, peace and love, with the assurance that after thorough navigation through its hills and valleys, your beacon of hope, shall be illuminated, and you shall definitely smile again. “After He had tried you in the furnace of afflictions, you are coming out as well refined pure gold.”
Float is a poetry collection that brings into focus largely under expressed perspectives of African youth and the emotions that swirl in the young African mind. The preorder copy contains some excerpts of the book. The official release date is July 17th and the full book will be updated then.
The poems come out simple, enchanting, easy-to-read. Something to transport your mind onto nobler realms, that makes you appreciate the gifts given to men by God, rather than what cracks your head, provokes headache, and also throws in indigestion. No, not the poetry of Lanre Badmus. Femi Adesina Special Adviser to the Nigerian President (Media and Publicity)
Poems speak for themselves, but backstories give interesting insights. In these “Collected Poems” (I avoided that worn title) I decided to give the backstory to each poem (just as I did to each essay in Vowels in the Air). When I saw the backstory lengths were uneven, I decided to restrict each to just two lines, putting all those lessons on precis to use. This would mean, of course, that some would be more explicit than others; some fairly complete, and others inevitably hanging. But, for the hanging ones, there lies the thrill. As Johnny Nash would sing, “The more I find out, the less I know”. And as Alexander Pope would write, “New distant scenes of endless science rise!” - Emmanuel Frank-Opigo