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“Boko Haram Comes!”

“Boko Haram comes!” “Boko Haram comes!” Terrifying words Screamed into the wind Translate into reality When shouted into cell phones. Warnings received And acted upon By all who hear. The villagers Flee to the mountains Hide themselves In ancient caves … Continue reading

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“A Slanderous Campaign”

       Having just read Thomas Fitzgerald’s article on the slanderous current political race (“A sound-bite feast”), it seems timely to post this fictionalized interchange  from my book, Reverberation, The Novel.  This impromptu rally could easily have occurred during the 1828 presidential campaign … Continue reading

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