Her pride is now crushed by conscience; she still won't make it to a last respect. No bit of her would allow it. she had pierced her son's heart with love the selfish way, yet it lived to appreciate its seed. Had she not ignored the red fuse when it first tripped, the walls of everyone's heart she battered would have held their peace within. And although the acquitted partook in the loss, the fire is on her. The Red Fuse Tripped it.
Here's what the poet, Eriata Oribhabor,has to say: Since the inauguration of PIN Ijaye Ojokoro (Farmhouse CC) where I publicly announced that days of free books are gone and practically ensured that members of PIN Central Network bought copies of my book including my good friend, Chike Ofilli, I have literarily "harassed" my … Continue reading What Was Your Favourite Poem From This Book?
Hey guys! Here's a review of my first ever novella put together by one very amazing writer@literaryking. Readers have been asking for a sequel and I've taken on the challenge. However, who sees a sequel without the first part? Hurry now, don't get left out! RED FUSE TRIP- "Little Moments Of Madness" Red Fuse … Continue reading Book Alert!!! Have You Read This Book Yet?