Ndifreke George is a Nigerian Geophysics graduate and freelance writer. First published at the age of nineteen, his works have appeared on; The Kalahari Review, Poems and Poetry, Social justice poetry, More than Starbucks International, Aphelion Webzine, Literary Yard, The Antartica journal, Praxis Magazine of Arts and Literature, Tuck Magazine, The Poets’ Community, Parousia Christian Magazine, ... more »
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I Just Trust My Barber
Those sharp blades
like the teeth of the ovoviviparous Pisces
Can split open my throat
right before my wobbling eyes
Starring at myself right in front of me
as I struggle between here and there
And my life varpourizes in escaping oxygen.
I gasp and slump like cedar plank
Yet, I still play the vanquish
the dicey game of risk
with my one life at stake
yielding and wielding to his commands
My life in the hands of a murderer
My volition submitted to him
Then, he spares my life
for nothing that I did wrong
and I sheepishly thank him for ...