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What blooms fast, and is happily gone?
Riddle of the week edition.
Table of content:
Riddle of the week, a thank you with $15 each for three winners. You’re invited. It’s who gets the answer correctly first.
Last week’s winner showcase from Zaria, Nigeria.
This week’s Poem.
I have some news to share with ya’ll!
Riddle of the week
What blooms fast and is happily gone?
Share your answer in the comment section: one word or two.
There is a specific answer that’s the choicest, but other answers can also win. There’s an answer that seems obvious, but it’s not it.
We will pick the top 3 and contact them for the money transfer. We support multiple currencies.
Last week’s winner. From Zaria, Nigeria.
A spoken word artist, winner of “Zaria Got Talent 2021 (Poetry Category)
Meet Ismail Moses. Find him on Instagram.
This week’s poem, oh my gosh, is a wonder. It’s like wine in a fine glass. Where a three-quarter of it is enough to sip and roll the eyes.
Not only by Tobi Akinpelu
Not only does it have a pattern, Everything is in a pattern, and yet no pattern. You can link it to history. Someone else has done it before, Yet, my-your own is different. The duality of existence is magnetic; the topic catches with a firm grip That one thing can be confirmed and also be false, It all depends on the perspective. Up is down. Imagine a hundred heads inside a good square alignment switches on their head bulb glow. This is not the skin of that side. It’s like how milk and light mix together perfectly— difficult to imagine. But there is someone, something; I can’t describe it, That we long after, and that —is Living!