Analysis Of Weigh Your Words By Crispin George

Crispin George was a Sierra Leonean born in 1902. He published his own poetry anthology Precious Gems Unearthed by an African and nearly all his poems were non-political but strongly religious; the poem “Weigh Your Words” is quite no exception. “Weigh Your Words” is a poem describing the goods and dangers words can cause then… Continue reading Analysis Of Weigh Your Words By Crispin George

Cultural Reflection From Abiku By John Pepper Clark

Abiku as the name implies is a situation where a child is given birth to in multiple times. It’s a Yoruba word and Yoruba people are very culturally oriented people where giving birth and naming ceremonies are vital culture of the Yoruba people because of the value attached to names and because of circumstances and… Continue reading Cultural Reflection From Abiku By John Pepper Clark

Examining Daffodil By William Wordsworth

The poem revealed the level of mesmerism the poet had when met with a dazzling nature acting under the cause and effect mechanism.  Readers are meant to see how an inanimate can communicate beautifully with animate without the use of spoken words.William Wordsworth (07/04/1770-23/04/1850) was motivated to write the poem: Daffodil while passing on a stormy… Continue reading Examining Daffodil By William Wordsworth