What do you do when you get to the end of your world where you find maybe a gate, maybe a wall, maybe a cliff or maybe... nothing? What do you do when you get to the end of your mind and find there waiting for you a question you cannot comprehend? What do you do when you get to the end of your possibilities, the limit of your capabilities, and run out of road? And what do you do the morning after you have attained your greatest goal, the summit of your striving; and looking ahead all you see is comfort and contentment glaring you in the face? When the answer you find answers your question but does not quench you thirst? What do you do?
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"A postmodern polyglot, a man of many forms." - The African Courier. Aka Teraka writes in three languages: igbo, english and german. He is the author of several poetry collections and works of prose including a book of children's stories. He grew up in Lagos, Nigeria, and was a hobby poet for many years even as he pursued a career in the transportation sector. Eventually extracting himself from this corporate personality in his late thirties, he has now turned his attention fully to creative writing. "A prolific writer endowed with a great mind, wit and ingenuity." - Nigerian Tribune.
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