Michael Ogundele

Bio: A writer, ardent reader and lover of nature. fell in love with writing five years back and I've been engraved in her arms ever since. I share my little way of writing poetry and reflections based on Catholic faith and Spirituality on this space. I hope you enjoy reading as we ride the same chariot to the leafy greens. Do follow me and together, let us jump into the ocean of my ink.

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16 Responses to About

  1. Yemisi says:

    its a good thing you’re doing here bro.keep it up and shining.


  2. Hey Michael! I appreciate you reading (and liking) my posts at Seekers Portal.

    Thank you too for sending me a positive feedback on what I’m passionate about – inspiring people to live their legacy and pursue God’s best for them.

    You’re doing a good job in this blog too. Keep writing and living life to the full! 🙂


  3. Thanks for your kind words. I appreciate it a lot. Bless you in every way.


  4. Majka says:

    Michael, your poems are beautiful, deep, powerful and I´m honored to can read them.
    Thank you for each one. Go ahead with this beautiful work.



  5. Frank says:

    hey michael, thanks for stopping by – i love you work! I’m really look forward to jumping into more warm ink, have another beautiful century in today


  6. wefalllaughing says:

    Hello. Thank you for reading and following We Fall Laughing. I have enjoyed exploring your blog and look forward to more!


  7. Hi! Michael, it’s really nice for me to have found a Catholic blogger like me, after such a long search, it’s good to know you write reflections…that’s basically what I do at credoexperience.blogspot.com i like you to check it out. Plus I am also in Lagos, and I do write Poems, unofficially though,which you can view here http://www.voicesnet.org/allpoemsoneauthor.aspx?memberid=1283170010

    again, it’s nice dropping by. Keep up the good work.


    • Thanks for the kind words. I’m glad you are a Catholic blogger from my residence. Its a delightful thing to hear. We should meet someday. I have popped in into your garden, I see fine flowers there. With love



  8. Hope Nwosu says:

    Thanks for visiting my blog and for liking a post on ”Stories without Border
    Happy writing.


  9. You have a great blog, and I look forward to reading more. I’m thankful for the internet, for it is so neat to me that I can be in the US, and you can be all the way in Nigeria; yet, we can still communicate and muse through each other’s writings…just call me an “old soul.” I am still a child of wonder when it comes to technology. haha. 🙂 Happy Thanksgiving…I’m sorry, do you celebrate this holiday? Maybe, I should simply say have a wonderful week! 🙂


    • Thanks for your wondrous words. The internet is such a wonderful tool, I’m grateful for the bridge of communication across borders it has brought us.

      Just call me an “old soul.” I am still a child of wonder when it comes to technology. Hahaha!!! Wonderful way to go! We do not celebrate thanksgiving as an holiday as you have it in the US, but we sure do have a lot of things we are thankful for. Happy Thanksgiving! I must say, It was good hearing from you and a big thank you for stopping by! You have my follow on your blog as well.

      A wonderful week to you too!

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