SPLENDIDLY WRITTEN! looking into the heart of men and life as a whole without prejudice.
Su’eddie Vershima Agema’s debut poetic offering BRING OUR CASKET HOME: Tales one shouldn’t tell is a welcome and worthwhile literary effort that continually resonates in my mind. Since getting a copy personally and graciously autographed for me by the prodigy early this year, I have read, re-read and counter read the poems and I agree unequivocally with the poet that indeed collectively, humanity’s casket ought to be brought home for home is the cradle of our humanity and being. The quest for home coming whether dead or alive predates time and Agema re-echoes this sentiment. This collection of eclectic poems dwell and centre on man and society which are the bases for human existence and are the focal point of the arts hence are the binoculars through which the poet views the cosmic order.
The poet has painstakingly x-rayed, explored and enunciated the social realities and sometimes queer contradictions that…
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