my grandfather, my friend and my teacher wrote within me the last words of this poem; We are books and we should be written in the ink of love for education. We are books, write your pages with love and come alive with each page.
This is Shantee, the same place, where the Sadist, called my father lived. where he tended his farm, where he ate his garlic, where he sired me, where he died. The same place where I now stand, where I now eat my garlic, where I now live, where I will probably die.
Inkuru Series Interview: In this interview with Victoria Olajide, Wale Bailey shares his insights and creates conversation on Poetry through answers to the questions across the theme “The African Story”.
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