LIVE FOREVER, DOLORES O’RIORDAN

I was introduced to Dolores O’Riordan‘s chants from the surround speakers of a fellow medical student towards the end of the last millennium. “Zombie” used to blast from the block besides mine in the hostel for a while, and I’d just pay it some heed without further engagement, till I moved to the topmost floor […]

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LONDON CHRONICLES (15): TERROR

I have strolled in the park I have seen the flowers I have hugged the sun I have felt the peace The warmth soothed me The scent aroused me The colours delighted me The peace comforts me But where Where have all the flowers gone? What What clouds the sun? That smell Stench of death […]

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BIBLE STORIES (22): SARAH’S DEATH AND RELATED MATTERS

Peace, a friend of mine called me to inform me that she lost her elder brother earlier this morning. Like me, she’d also lost her father some months before I lost mine, before later losing my elder sister. I could sense she was distraught and so I consoled her the best I could, then sent […]

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THE IGBO AND FUNERALS (6)

I started writing about Igbo funerals at a time I found myself attending funerals of not so close relatives because it fell on me a few years back, so to do on behalf of my family. I never imagined that such funerals will begin to touch so very close to home till I lost my […]

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ANUBIS

“My case officer in #Moirai probably thought I am Clarke Kent, when she was dishing out the fates for 2016. Now I feel like Atlas before #Anubis. *sips Al-Iksir*” I posted the above on my Twitter handle a few days back, after losing my elder sister two weeks ago, exactly six months after burying my […]

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GRIEVING AS A MESSIANIC JEW

I thought it trite to end blogposts related to my Dad’s death on a spiritual note, hence this post that deals with how we should deal with the death of a dearly beloved as YAHWEH’s people. If you find my posts in recent times boring and kinda tending to the dark, just bear with me […]

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