DON’T THINK OUTSIDE THE BOX – LIVE OUTSIDE THE BOX

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Blue Is the Colour of Love – Spontaneous Poetry 

​Red to me is not the colour of love Red is a colour too tough and harsh a colour too bold Red speaks of extremes; of erotic unrequited love That can all easily turn to hatred like a flip switch Yes red is the colour of hatred too and enmity and danger   Of War … Continue reading Blue Is the Colour of Love – Spontaneous Poetry 

FIVE YEARS LIMPING – FIVE LESSONS FROM EXCRUCIATING PHYSICAL PAIN

Good Day Fam, Once again its blog post monthly!!! Wow so fast It's first week of November already! Christmas vibes are already in the air. So this month I'm writing something different. I'm writing a personal post - sharing my testimony of how God has kept me through 5 years of pain. Sit down, relax … Continue reading FIVE YEARS LIMPING – FIVE LESSONS FROM EXCRUCIATING PHYSICAL PAIN

Fear – Poetry 

Nb - View pictures from down up  Fear Paralysing fear keeping you in constant check  Keeping you constantly on the edge Keeping you on the watch Hindering you from even the most natural things  Fear Paralyzing fear  You don't want to make friends all because of it You don't want to talk to people because … Continue reading Fear – Poetry 

Where’s the Love?

“People killing people dying Children hurting I hear them crying Can you practice what you preaching? … Where’s the Love?” Where is the Love? This is a post I’ve long delayed writing but in view of current happenings world-wide I have to write this post and ask where the love is. We live in a … Continue reading Where’s the Love?

DEAR NIGERIAN AND AFRICAN PARENT – DISCIPLINE IN INSTILLING DISCIPLINE

Hello WordPress. I've come again with my main monthly blog post. This month I'm doing something different and courageous - writing a letter to dear Nigerian Parent. Read and enjoy. I also had the opportunity to patronise my brothers Oyale Peter @ Precise Designs and Philemon Pam @Phix Designs Dear Nigerian Parent, Please read my … Continue reading DEAR NIGERIAN AND AFRICAN PARENT – DISCIPLINE IN INSTILLING DISCIPLINE