Anesi Igebu

Knowing Him and making Him known…


Writers Appreciation Post.

You know what I love about writers? And writing, lol. We’re so many, all of different ages, races and colours. But then, no matter the story or poem, even if they mean the same thing, we all come up with different words and ideas and it’s just so beautiful how so many different posts from […]

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Through My Black Eyes…

Through my black eyes  I watch my children traded for reflections  My rich soil discovered, misused and exploited  A new voice adopted, the old ones now begging to be heard  My children are all victims  Stripped off their roots and given a new religion  Suffered for days turned years  Lips sealed, so eyes spoke  Chained […]

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Our similarities differ us from everyone else Our thoughts intertwined, fighting the same demons together, We became parabatai, bound by her beauty, Swore to take my life if she leaves me into this cruel earth alone. I’ll rather walk the ends of the earth and listen to the devil’s whisper, to hear her speak. Her […]

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Black. Bold. Beautiful.

  BLACK. Black is beautiful. Black is bold. Black is awesome. Black is brave. Black is rich. Black is love. Black is strong. Black is ME. -Gabriella Igebu. Isn’t it wonderful how all black people are just from one continent? Kinda means we’re special, yeah? Just us with that melanin pop! That glow. Those natural […]

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To The Love of My Life…

Sometimes I wish I had the sands of time. To have you around, Alive and sound. The years gone by, Oh! How time flies. And now it’s a decade So sad to know you’re now decayed. I miss you, love you, cherish and adore you. My ‘is’ now ‘was’, but us still us. ‘My mummy’, […]

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