WIDOW'S SOLITUDE | Poetry by Thomas Ayomide

Tears of the poor widow Who looks through the open window Memories of her deceased husband  Seems shallow But deep within...

THE AFRICAN DILEMMA | Poetry by Stanley Kipkorir

Ever sat down and caged yourself in questions  Why some things have to be Why some have not to be

THE RAGING | Chonicle by Shobana Gomes

The troubled seas spoke of colossal danger The mighty winds its ally Something had destroyed their quiet There was a...

BEST FRIEND | Poetry by Margaret Wairimu Waweru

I don't remember  How I lived before I met you  Because I'm so attached to you now  My heart is...

SLAVE OF THE NIGHTS | Poetry by Valary Jeruto

Dear darkness For how long am I going to be in your custody? For how long am I going to...