Tag: resentment

The Thing about Stepmothers

Handcuffs can’t their immoral pursuits deterLike professional secretaries to first world executivesWhose short skirts, tight pants, juicy thighs conceive nothing but rape –their stairway to climb the highest corporate rungSome Stepmothers stop at nothing to gain financial freedom. Portifa’s wife-like women –My son befriend… Continue Reading “The Thing about Stepmothers”

Conspiracy

Nothing works against the successof a scheme so much as a wish to makeit wholly secured n’ sure to succeed.Such an attempt requires many men,much time and very favorable conditions;these heighten the risk of being discovered –how daring, how O dangerous!Yes, Conspiracy has a… Continue Reading “Conspiracy”

Helter-skelter

Helter-skelter in the cityThe mall strangely in disarray –Smashed windows, ransacked shelves. Citizen: “Liberty! Liberty is in town. It’s a protest!”Government: “No, no, Citizen! Be on your guard!Law and Order now cower at your feet, too timid to act.” Soldiers, to the street! Forward… Continue Reading “Helter-skelter”

By the Tollgate

By the tollgate at Lekki, by the roadsidefar from the comforts of our loved oneseased from the day-to-day tasks we abidethere we sat in anguish n’ anger – agitated. Placards we brought with us –a solace to our heavy hearts,a plead to the world… Continue Reading “By the Tollgate”

Kiss me

Kiss me! I want you to not on these lips – smeared with lipstick high on Marykay, but, on that other where it’s warm and pungent yet distills salt-sweet nectar and curly hair cover.Let Male-pride call this an affront. Savor me, murder my inhibition.… Continue Reading “Kiss me”