Ogundare Tope is a lover of books, nature and ‎music. A jack of all trades, dabbling into creative writing, poetry, photography, song writing and composition, none of which he is good at but has fun doing!

He is a senior registrar at Neuropsychiatric Hospital Abeokuta by day, where he is lost in the world of science and unraveling the mystery of the human mind and trying to save the world, and a writer and blogger by night, lost in the beauty of the world of words.
His poems have appeared in online magazines, daily sun newspaper and an anthologies like Anthology of African poetry “Black Communion” and Weavers Anthology. His works are also featured in http://www.faithwriters.com, http://www.naijastories.com, Kalahari Review

Writing is a lifestyle for him and is sometimes cathartic.

He loves feedbacks from you, dear readers and your comments and suggestions are highly welcome.

You can reach him via his Email: anabiophs@gmail.com

Unless otherwise stated, all published works are the original works of the author and is copyrighted. Contents of the blog may be re-used either for personal or commercial purposes, in part or whole only with permission and the author duly acknowledged with links to the blog embedded.





34 Comments Add yours

  1. I see you found the secret to healing oneself…writing,lol

    Rather therapeutic, this is where the shrink gets his shrinking so to speak. I’m glad I came over, and thanks for liking my page. I liked and followed you too.

    1. topazo says:

      Yes, writing is therapeutic… Lol @shrink getting shrinked…
      Thanks for liking and following…. I’m honoured

  2. Yemie says:

    Your writings are really deep and very inspirational too. No regrets whatsoever discovering your blog and I daresay you’re living up to the name you adopted. Keep keeping on Doc and more grace.

    1. topazo says:

      * blushing
      Thanks ma’am. I’m officially addicted to your comments on my blog…please don’t stop

      1. Yemie says:

        As long as you keep churning out them beautiful pieces, I can assure you that am here to stay. LOL!

        1. topazo says:

          I hope I don’t disappoint.

  3. motherbethel says:

    Wonderful, thanks for sharing your gifts to all of us….Thanks for showing love on MotherBethel pg God Bless…

    1. topazo says:

      thanks a bunch ma’am.

  4. PookyH says:

    You’re a trainee psychiatrist – good luck! I’ve just finished my PhD in child and adolescent mental health at the Institute of Psychiatry in London – I have some amazing colleagues who inspire me every day! x

    1. topazo says:

      wow! it’s nice meeting you..child and adolescent mental health is one area I am considering specializing in….

      1. PookyH says:

        it’s fascinating, I love it very much , though it does make me somewhat paranoid about my own children! I mainly work with schools, training staff up and hearing very sad stories 😦

        1. topazo says:

          the hazard of the job…I wonder how we stay happy sometimes…and have a ‘normal’ life….

          1. PookyH says:

            A glass of wine on the train home is usually quite helpful I find!!!

            1. topazo says:

              lol. what of days when the sad stories are overwhelming? a bottle?

              1. PookyH says:

                on those days it’s usually a glass of wine and a bag of haribo!

  5. James Melbin says:

    You don’t have a contact page? I think it’s necessary. E.g. Now I wish to contact you personally. Maybe you can send a mail to me: temitope.james10@gmail.com

    1. topazo says:

      Hi James…Tope, I mean…lol, thanks for the observation, I will update the page and you can get my contact email. thanks

        1. James Melbin says:

          Haha. It’s funny how I didn’t notice it! Pray, don’t let me be blindfold.

      1. James Melbin says:

        Lol…Tope is okay, namesake!

        1. topazo says:

          Hiya Namesake…glad to have made your acquaintance

  6. zikaolofin says:

    Hello Tope, I just came upon your page a few minutes ago (just started blogging) and I’m already a fan. I absolutely love your poems especially and from now on, I look forward to reading every single post that you publish. Count me in, pal.

    1. topazo says:

      I absolutely live for this kind of comment! you just added a spring to my day…
      welcome on board Zika…check out earlier posts and drop your thoughts on them.

      1. zikaolofin says:

        Will surely do, Tope.

  7. Hi Yemie, has sent me to your site, and very glad to be here! Good meeting you 🙂 Look forward to your writing!

    1. topazo says:

      Hi, I am glad to have you on board! Yemie sent me over to your site too, she gushed about you so much that I couldn’t resist the urge to run over to your site and see for myself, and she wasn’t mincing words when she was saying those beautiful words about you!

      I will tell you a little secret, she told me that your writings reminds her of mine…guess that makes us soul mates huh? her words, not mine.

      I hope to see more of you around. please feel free to drop your thoughts on my posts and take time out to check the old ones…

      1. Thank you, will do so, and I will share a secret too (though actually its not a secret), I am from Africa, it is in my blood, so all things Africa resonates with me, maybe you would like to check out my African Sky Blue post:

        Thanks for your lovely comments, will keep an eye out for your work!

        1. topazo says:

          that was the first poem I read on your blog….it was a very nice poem..

  8. Hi,

    I’m Tokoni i’m a student and poet. Its nice to meet you i would like to invite you to my blog, http://www.insanitybeautiful.wordpress.com if you’re interested. Thanks!

    1. topazo says:

      Hi Tokoni, I visit your blog from time to time, and your blog is bookmarked on my phone browser.

  9. Hi Topazo,

    I was wondering if you would like to participate in “A Tour Through BlogLand” or also known as the “Virtual Blog Tour Award”?

    If you accept, it is a single post that you would write on Monday the 2 of February, 2015.

    The rules:
    1. Pass the tour on up to four other bloggers. Give them the rules and a specific Monday to post.
    2. Answer four questions about your creative process which lets other bloggers and visitors know what inspires you to do what you do:
    •What am I working on at the moment?
    •How does my work differ to others in my genre?
    •Why do I write/create what I do?
    •How does my writing/creative process work?
    3. Compose a one-time post on a specific Monday (date given from your nominator).

    Mine will be up on the January 19, 2015.

  10. Nomzi Kumalo says:

    A fellow poet. Yippee. 🙂

    1. topazo says:

      Yay! Welcome onboard Nomzi

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