Joseph Luka is a graduate of building technology from the Federal University of Technology Minna, Nigeria. He is a poet and critic yet unpublished. He is a member of the Association of Nigerian Authors, mentor at Hilltop Art Foundation and Editor-in-chief of The Future magazine. He currently resides in Suleja, Nigeria. more »
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It counts again Again …and again That, …Is time. Divine dust treks… Slowly fast Across the earth Speaking tongues In dumb tones… As it passes a bill. There… It goes Whirling in cycles And carrying tons Of earth's aches… It is the captain Of all breaths. See? ! How it sheds skin From dusk… To dawn to noon And over again To mold the winter And its cruel siblings This …Is how it lives Passing another bill. …again It goes With ashes on fists Crushing beauty To wrinkles …and with sickle Reaping souls Tender and due A vanity to ponder. Finally It goes… Faceless and maskless Snatching ...Read the full of Time