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Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Olive Plant

Bitter Sweet has most often been the adage for anything that puts enjoyable and unpleasant at justaposition. The Olive Biting through a slice of pizza with olive studs gives me the urge to write on a concept capturing such an experience; The Olive savvy. The olive tree is an evergreen shrub native to the Mediterranean, Asia and Africa. An olive plant is short with silvery green...

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INFATUATION’S FINAL DESTINATION…

Slashing through the thickets of Graceland I breathlessly cut away every plant that stood in my way Then my blade hit a really hard thing deafening me with a loud clanging sound O precious stone I dropped my blade and started an endless search with trembling hands Ruffling through dead leaves, twigs and grass till finally my frail dirty fingers met with a hard chiseled edged st...

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LET’S SAVE OUR FUTURE GENERATION

Kwodzie wɔngye nzi oo; wɔgye sie! Wondering what I mean by this opening in an entirely new language? Well, to set your mind at ease. It is about folktales. Folktales form an integral part of culture across countries. Oopse! You still may be eagerly awaiting the meaning of my opening expression which is in one of the popular dialect of the Akan’s of Ghana; the Fante language...

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“If Mr. Frog comes fro…

“If  Mr. frog comes from under waters to tell you that Mr. Crocodile is dead, Don’t doubt him” African Proverb ...

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