#PickOfTheWeek – Nigeria, Time and Darkness, this week’s posts are different

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This week’s posts for #PickOfTheWeek are quite profound and thought-provoking. We admire all the writers for the depth of each piece. 

Our first feature is one that honours our dear country, Nigeria! If you are not from here this piece will help you appreciate us better. We really are dope! Thank you so much, Igbor Clement, for this. 

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The second piece by Nmesoma Agbo is all about domestic abuse and reminds people of how brutal it really is. Nobody should go through it. 

farmto table (1)Adegbite Tomi reminds us about how important it is to manage time do ALL we need to do every day. 

farmto table (2)The last and definitely not the least is a piece about the impact of building lives. No matter how much wealth we acquire. We really can never be truly successful if we don’t build people. Thank you so much, Andrew. 

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If you would like to be featured on Pick of the Week, don’t forget to tag @thesparklewritershub on Instagram.


#PickOfTheWeek – Four Amazing Poems You Need To Read

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Hey Sparkle Writers, if you’ve been following us for a while, you’d know we had this segment on the blog before. We are bringing it back with a little twist and we think you’d love it. 

Every day, our followers tag us when they post their work on social media and we are always excited to see the talented work they put out. That is why we have decided to feature some of these poems and short stories as our #PickOfTheWeek.

This week, we have four amazing poems written by some very talented writers and we know you’ll love them.

1. Conformity by Oche Viktoh

We love how this poem speaks about the need to silence the noise and do you. 


2. Time by Okuwoga Temitope

Temitope tells us something instructive about time being a tool to create meaningful memories and we love it. 

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3. Andrew Osas Igbineweka talks to us about love from the angle of sowing and reaping. Really different. What are your thoughts?

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4. The power of Love by Ogundele Sherif

Love is powerful, it is sacrificial and Ogundele Sherif explains just how much in his poem. 

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If you are a writer and you post your work on Instagram, don’t forget to forget to tag @thesparklewritershub for a chance to be featured on our Pick of the Week.