Heaven’s Tale is an anthology of short/mini-stories told in poetic form. It is a collection that gives birth to the richness of words in poems and their usage in different parts of the book. Technically, this book is about the author’s story as a child and his journey put together up until now. Each chapter in the book is made up of five poems that have a significant amount of story about the author at different times/stages of his life. For instance, chapter one mirrors out the true worth of Lagos in Nigeria, and its endowment as a State filled with endless opportunities masked with hustling and bustling couple with other poems that speaks to self-discovery and realization, and this style of telling different stories in each chapter goes on and on up until the last. Heaven’s tales is apparently a book for all poetry and non-poetry lovers. It has no restrictions to age, class, or status. It is certainly a poetry collection with a touch of difference, a first of its kind with poems embedded in every part of the book.
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