Not in any dream, however nightmarish,
Did this unrehearsed play present a synopsis,
Once upon a TV show, from lands exotic,
Learnt of fog from sky’s polluted,
Today, a few yesterday’s, and more tomorrow’s,
This, be the mark of walks and stray paths,
Pariah, almost alien, definitely a tryst,
To deviate, or disobey, is doubly tragic,
For another’s safety depends on yours.
In these times, when every act of goodness counts,
Even the comic peer of yours truly,
Learning to see with blinkers,
To defeat a crass assault by a lurid spirit,
Stealthily laying siege of human health.
All for one and all.
It is befitting to name tag NANCY NDEKE as the African Poetic Tigress. The wealth in her poetic narratives and hybrid writing resemble a honeycomb clad with the earthly jacket of pure honey. The mind scorching metaphors are glued together social fabric matters…
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