Use of Imagery in Salute to the Elephant by Babalola Adeboye

About the Poem Salute to the Elephant is an oral poem which in form can be classified as ode intended to unearth the overwhelming qualities of an elephant. The poem was translated from its original Yoruba form to English language by Babalola Adeboye Use of Imagery in the Poem Babalola Adeboye employed the use of… Continue reading Use of Imagery in Salute to the Elephant by Babalola Adeboye

3 Themes In The Blood Of A Stranger By Dele Charley

Introduction Common components in a tragic drama are greed, deceit, betrayal, crime, etc. and another universally known drama to support this claim is “Othello” written by William Shakespeare. In the drama “Othello” we see the greedy Iago with all sorts of betrayal attempts on Othello, Cassio, Montano, etc.“The Blood of a Stranger” by Dele Charley… Continue reading 3 Themes In The Blood Of A Stranger By Dele Charley

Analysis Of No Coffin No Grave By Jared Angira

The Summary This poem is about the shameful murder of a tyrant.  He was stabbed and shut in front of a night club; the poet sarcastically compared his murder shut to a gunshot representing a last respect to a warrior.  Instead of the poem being a pure elegy, the poet created a sarcastic elegy which… Continue reading Analysis Of No Coffin No Grave By Jared Angira

Analysis Of My Husband’s Tongue Is Bitter By Okot P’Bitek

The Introduction The wave of poetic analysis today takes us in naijapoets to the poem titled: My Husband’s Tongue Is Bitter By Okot P’Bitek. The poem reminds me of the Igbos, one among the ethnic groups in Nigeria. The Igbo people are so culturally inclined to the level that their culture reflects everywhere they find… Continue reading Analysis Of My Husband’s Tongue Is Bitter By Okot P’Bitek

Analysis Of Young Africa’s Plea By Dennis Osadebay

Are you thinking of having a clearer idea of the poem “Young Africa’s Plea” by Dennis Osadebay? Here is naijapoets.com.ng review regarding to the poem. The poet:- Dennis Osadebay is a Nigerian author, poet, and lawyer. He received his university education in the United Kingdom, where he was called to Bar. At a certain point, Osadebay was… Continue reading Analysis Of Young Africa’s Plea By Dennis Osadebay