• “The Only Friend I Had Wore Black and Red”.

    November 11, 2020 by

    Though it was quite late, I had to find something to eat, the night will never sleep if I don’t eat; I dragged my tired legs to the mini night market-I had a long evening walk earlier; the usual evening walk had something to do with a secret part of me, it’s something I can’t… Read more

  • A Cry For Revolution.

    October 23, 2020 by

    I hear voices coming from the wilderness,I see a stampede running down the mountain, The screams grow shriller, nearerThe ground is shaking, louder I hear the voices of a people,A cry for revolution. 😢😢😢Nigeria needs Peace.Nigeria needs HopeNigeria needs Prayer.

  • …Where Pains Can No Longer Reach You.

    October 8, 2020 by

    I know him,I know him very wellHe was the little boy that usually play with me round the well,Blessed with a fair Chinese lookNo words to define his handsomness. Years later I heard,“He died few days ago.” The news tingled my earsI hoped I didn’t hear well,But it was certain,He died. Why?How could he die?… Read more

  • Where we Call Home. _by Epiphany._

    October 2, 2020 by

    Where We Call Home(On Nigeria @60) The lies that we tell to ourselves,untold stories that we hum to ourselves –stories whose words fail to haze in listening eyes;stories whose history we munch at supperwhen our stray eyes recall our youth-hood –a past draped in ‘Responsible’ plaques–so we wonder, “What are we doing here?” Well, home… Read more

  • The Journey is Yet to End

    October 1, 2020 by

    Ouuh (coughs) this place is very dusty (coughs again) where are the brooms, please I need a bucket and a mop stick, a lot needs to be put in place😩 Yeah yeah, Krietivenation’s blog is now back 🤓 we have been off for a while but it was for the best, trust me….and yes, we… Read more


    July 2, 2020 by

    Hi,Really missed you,What have you been up to?Had my mind on you all-dayHope you’re okayMiss our long talksNothing specificJust watching the way your lips moves;Very addictive.Remember the way your eyes glistenLike the moon in the seaToo mesmerising orbsOf pure beautyYour Skin, like silkSoft and velvetyLooks like chocolateAnd feels like a cream.The figure of a model,Perfect… Read more


    March 7, 2020 by

    Born a Seed Do you know you were born with a seed. At creation, seed(s) were given to each individual. You were given such seed because you were born as a farmer with a farmland. That seed has the potential for your greatness. It is what you do with it that determines your level of… Read more

  • Grasp of Fear..by Dozie

    January 19, 2020 by

    Just like in a trance,I stretch my hands out for helpfear written all over me.The tiniest noise sounds like gunshothorror terrifies my thoughts. Deep down, a voice flashes,just like light rays.suddenly,I could feel a strange fireburning in me.suddenly,I could feel my heartbeating like a drum.my soul feel conquered. my heart reach out to my soul… Read more


    January 19, 2020 by

    Thanks to the daring darkness that sowed sheds of light for the needy-dawn to harvest in bumpers I am a black boy revered in a colony- crowned I am a black boy sauntering amidst cuffed hands and legs. But still of the folks trusted for sumptuous soil in matters of dinning, Feasts to feasts, And… Read more

  • The ocean of the main land . by Nelo Josie

    January 15, 2020 by

    You remind me of the creation story For a thousand years you have beautifully circulated your territory. I sat far off from you watching the twinkling light of the sun dance on your horizon I find solace in the spell of the air you breathe At the top of the bridge. At dawn you magnificently… Read more

  • No Resolution… By Adesokan Opeyemi.

    January 15, 2020 by

    ‘ Everyone has surely got some resolution to make, but I am not going to make any resolution this year. You know why? Because It all started last two years. In 2018, I surely made some beautiful resolutions but I found myself breaking them to smithereens. I am someone who loves to have sex, someone… Read more

  • The Mark on my Face by Josie. Episode 4

    December 28, 2019 by

    I woke up one fateful morning to realize that we would be going to a church fellowship by 9am. Ever since I came to the city, I hated the word ‘church’ talk more of going there, because whenever we go to church I always felt my spirit on fire,I would be disturbed till we leave.… Read more

  • The Mark on my Face by Josie. Episode3

    December 28, 2019 by

    The moment I stepped into the house I felt as if my spirit was thrown into a deep dungeon. The soft part of me began to miss home especially my little brother whom i usually play with and walk round Agulu girls, a secondary school beside our primary school. I remembered the day we were… Read more

  • The Mark on my Face by Josie. Episode 2

    December 28, 2019 by

    My mother had seen the marks several times on my body but couldn’t get to understand, it was quiet strange how the mark disappears before night fall and appear again in the morning from my head to my toe. My grandmother found it strange too but my father’s younger sister suggested that it could be… Read more

  • The Mark on my Face by Josie. Episode1

    December 28, 2019 by

    I grew up with the conscience that I’m not just an ordinary child, my birth was built on certain circumstances, my mother had told me that when I was a baby I have always been ill, no one not even the doctor could fathom the cause of the illness: it had no diagnosis. She told… Read more

  • My Colour My pride- Krietivenation

    December 11, 2019 by

    Out of my mother’s womb I came forthEmbraced in the arms of love My mother said my smiles are joy to motherhood The town crier cried my father a fatherBut my colour was yet my prideJust like the bean seedling I grewLaughing when my mates laughsThough I knew not what they laugh atBabies flickles in… Read more

  • RHYTHM;NO REASON. by Adesokan Opeyemi

    December 5, 2019 by

    *I weep not again today,For the Orokoro that goes beyond comprehension.Uttered by the dry mouth of the blind composer,Song; he calls in no shame.Ka-tim-ba-ba-ba, ro-ti-ma-la-wa; he saysIn no meaning to the open ears,Ready to be shut off in countless pains.Audible to thunderous beat repeats,The hour of death shall not past nor sleep.I weep not again!For… Read more

  • OWU,WEEP! by switz

    December 5, 2019 by

    Weep! Weep! Daughters of Owu Not for your ruined cities and dead allies Not for your desecrated altars and defiled virgins Weep ! Make up of ashes , clothes of defeat and wear them for your sons and daughters ,show of tragedy Blow the Kakaki and hit the Igbin Not for the joy and glee… Read more

  • Heart speaks

    November 30, 2019 by

    Me:Heart I don’t understand you anymore, you have been cold these past few days what’s happening Heart: I’m weakly in need of resuscitation. The people I love are going farther apart from me Ola is moving completely out of Lagos,who will encourage me when I’m down?. Wale is leaving to Kano state, who will make… Read more

  • The gong is ready to cry -NELO

    November 21, 2019 by

    Why am I forgotten? I who disseminated the message of the kings At my voice the village stand still I, the headshaker of the elders Mouth opener of women and children Why am I forgotten? I have been left in d mud for years Where is Nzekwe the famous towncrier Tell him to tell the… Read more

  • Echo of the night

    November 19, 2019 by

    In the echo of the night Darkness takes away my sight It sweeps away the strenght of the might And sways their feet in sonorific flight I lie in await for the roaring light Which the heavens speaks of to shine bright. -krietivenation.

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