Thursday, September 02, 2010

The River Time ::: Take A Bath in Life



This tune seems to fit my "free will astrology" horoscope like a glove: make everything wetter, as in "If you're stuck in a dynamic that is parched and barren, add moisture and tenderness." I hadn't heard it in years but immediately recalled it upon reading my forecast! Hmmmm....

T.I. and wife Tiny caught a bad break Weds. night while driving in Los Angeles ::: they were arrested for drug posession. Details via Miss Info.

On Black Looks Blog, Sokari explores Saraba, an online literary magazine created and published by Emmanuel Iduma and Damilola Ajayi, two Nigerian students of the University of Ife. Saraba has just published its 6th edition in just 18 months and has gone from strength to strength. There are a number of Nigerian run literary blogs such as Bookaholic, and Wordsbody by Molara Wood as well as websites like Sentinel Nigeria,and Nigeria Fiction. But Saraba for my mind remains the most comprehensive and progressive literary journal with the potential to move well beyond Nigeria. ...:::Sokari interviews Emmanuel Iduma:::...
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  1. well, it's nice to go back in time through those music. i do too at times...

    nice to be back here. see me soon
    HEALTHINFO@EarthyMe
    heartQUAKES
    life round meNyou
    at-a-blink

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