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Poem Of The Week: Whispers…

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Listen, words are loud when we say nothing. Listen to the tears we hold back, they express true emotions. Listen to the heart beat of the poor widow; it’s a rhythm of pain. Listen to the breath of wilting vegetation, they beg God for rain.

In Search Of My Childhood…

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Dear dad, these words that are written and spoken, because my heart and soul, slowly wilts, now it’s broken. I laugh to keep myself from crying, behind smiles I hide, a mask I wear, enshroud myself from the glaring looks of reality, scars gather to heal, like tributaries headed for an ocean of deliverance.

Lagos Traffic: The New Laws And Solutions.

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Traffic is a common issue for cities; it delays engagements, can be damaging to your health, and is tied to several other challenges -– depending on how developed a city is. Lagos, the commercial hub of Nigeria, is known for terrible road traffic during rush hour and other unexpected times. The situation is common across several routes, with pollution in the air and howling discomfort for drivers, passengers and pedestrians.

Monday Laugh: Grass Eater!

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A Man was in his car when he saw a guy eating grass. He told his driver to stop, which he did. He got out and asked the guy: “Why are you eating grass?”
The guy replied: “I’m so poor, I can”t afford food to eat.”