ARÚGBÓ Ń ṢOGE and other poems

ARÚGBÓ Ń ṢOGE and other poems

Flourish’s ARUGBO N ṢOGE, a collection of satirical and didatic poems, is one of its kind in the African world of Literature, especially in the West-African world – a setting where the need to correct negative prevalent issues is greatly emphasized by different writers.
This truth foregrounds the purpose of the poems: that which Flourish has described as a satire for our attire — a ridicule of the frailties of the setting of reference: Nigeria. 
Thus, the issues addressed in each poem are not far-fetched from the reality of the livelihood of the Nigerians, but they are coinned from every experience of the state and her citizens, ranging from the different perspectives of occurrences to the unknown.
With this view, Flourish Joshua informs the reading public of “The State of the States” in a variety of delicately described dishes of poetry. 
Owing to this, no aspect of the country’s daily served meal is left uncooked.
This piece is going to blow your mind.

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