Another great artist to introduce to you all! Hats off to the amazing MillyBoy! As a triple threat Teemar Roberts also known as MillyBoy is a rapper, singer and songwriter. He is from a small town named Laurens in South Carolina known as WattsMill - hence the name! Crime is High and opportunities are low … Continue reading EÖ Presents 》BET’s OneShot Contestant MillyBoy
"I wrote this a while ago... and the truth is we are nearly at 24."
The first poem on the Blog for 2018. I was silent but I was still telling you all something very important.
See I know you'll never read a line... Which is fine, I tried.
Ultimately, today I realised that you just need to accept the world for what it is and for what it is not.
Life threw me so many curve balls Life threw so many trial and tribulations I caught each I saw them in the moment I watched them transpire Because as hard as the moment may seem They do transpire They turn into dust Just like us Life saw me in the mirror And I stared back … Continue reading Making Lemonade by Eli Oko
We have so many options! Up to us which one we choose We know what we have to gain Crystal clear what we could lose Honestly, sometimes I hate the options I sit and struggle picking one I wish that one was picked for me I would have to settle, job done. I think we have too many options And now … Continue reading Options by Eli Oko
I am not I. I do not watch girls drift off into night skies With sirens and screeching tyres Debauched dirty men pointing to invisible friends And scattered screams of celebration I remember walking alone between tall buildings I recall the sensation of cold cement floors I hated the glare of city lights on shop windows … Continue reading I Am Not Me by Eli Oko
• hands • We are the hands clasped tight The palms open wide We are the veins pumping The words flowing through them We are the distilled emotions As if fingers running through a tangeled skull Untwisting knots in thoughts that are dull We are the hands That carried weight When even your heart … Continue reading “Written Today, Heard Tomorrow” Extract by Eli Oko