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New Poetry from Nigeria: "Neatness" by Adebiyi James Azeez

When we dream of worthy wives,

Lady T first tops our lists.

Yes, men go for good flowers

Like Lady T, our Lady T

We all know without knowing. 206 more words

Features

Pieces of H

cuts from

Hung Hannah

 by Jeff Glovsky

It’s usually the cutie-pies who get me: The smiling-with-tongues-leaking-out-of-their-teeth ones; the gap-toothed-and-sunny-eyed dollop of heat ones…the sweet ones…the sad-eyed and vulnerable, meek ones… 420 more words

Jeff Glovsky

A Short Story by Seun Odukoya: "How I Missed It"

Seun Odukoya is one of the best writers I know on the blogsphere. There is something I love about his writing- the fact that he writes with so much suspense, and with effortless ease which you will see flowing through the lines like spring waters. 1,789 more words

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“A STUDY OF MAJOR THEMES IN HARPER LEE’S TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD”

ABSTRACT

Against the backdrop of a period of change, Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird is a satire which provides an insight into life in America in the 1930s. 5,092 more words

Practical Criticism

An annoying trend with SiriusXM lately

Just a few weeks ago the Foo Fighters were set to take over the station Lithium to promote the release of their latest album, Sonic Highways… 497 more words

Music

bracken and meen

Here by the sand and the silt.. by the coastal lands and the muds rest the humps, callousing the grasses sharp and the heron bristle rush. 251 more words

The Junkgarden