Peasant Dreams


In an alternate warped life, I must have been a farmer’s son, who nodded and hummed in tune to the rhythm of bird music. A gifted playlist from nature to salve my boredom, no money greased Dj palms to repeat my favourite songs. So under a palm tree I lay swooning, a lazy past time in windy harmattan, then IContinue reading “Peasant Dreams”

Of Boys. (African)


We remember the laughs but try to forget the tears, handpicking the rosy blossoms but ignoring the gaffes, Of a time when bruised knees and sprained ankles from bicycle falls was a badge of honour we proudly showed to our peers. In the cocktail of emotions boyish days brought, remember, ‘member  ‘kaktoes’ ,  and nutmeg ‘booth’ beatings beforeContinue reading “Of Boys. (African)”

In The Moment


savour now and every moment for it serves the sweet tasting dessert of memories that lasts forever gazing into that beautiful sunset as the sky kisses the ocean or the brush of your lover’s lips that ignites  fiery passion  mixed with the smell of coffee at dawn after late nights  of dreams tossed down the flowing waterfall emotions  ofContinue reading “In The Moment”

Cancer.


Dawn has a hymn It sounds like water greased in a piano played by crickets. Don’t ask me what I mean, only God knows. Even when I wake up early, lately I feel like i’m still dreaming Sleep on that thought, I’ll come back to it if my amnesia doesn’t remember me to forget. SoContinue reading “Cancer.”

Cosmic Logic


She was a swift one, graceful like a cheetah in custom high heels you couldn’t take your eyes off her, in her gaze men found demise in their lust to own her as a trophy yet they were left petrified permanently piqued medusa tinged brazilian hair flowing way below her nape accentuated her shapely hillcutContinue reading “Cosmic Logic”