Memory Of A Nation In Distress

By Sunny Awhefeada   Childhood remains for many a moment of healing nostalgia to which one can always escape and get recreation, albeit momentarily. The innocence which dominates childhood precludes one from the buffetings of life and the consequent existential crisis that trails such lashings. Poverty or riches, comfort or homelessness, parented or orphaned; childhood is one vast landscape of play and happiness that shrinks with the passage of time and age. As childhood recedes, one is confronted by what life really is. Life is a struggle. From squabbles with…

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