MAMA'S TEARS - Poetry by Shem Viki

Her tears Her tears used to be seen The innocent tears stole her joy Her tears stole her smile away 

OLD GOLDEN DAYS - Poetry by Margaret Wairimu Waweru

In the old golden days  Humanity was cherished like the firstborns Kindness was paid with kindness Generosity was not demanded 

The Camp: A Bad Place To Live? - Poetry by Md Ares

In camp, Shelters are made with bamboos Covered with plastic. No ceiling to protect cosmic rays No holes to access air. No...

I'M SORRY - Poetry by Imran Khan

I'm sorry from my heart, making you so sad  I wasn't being understanding, for getting mad  I wasn't compromising that...

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NOTE TO SELF : I GOT YOU - Poetry by Dominique Mthembu

Time keeps moving forward, waiting for no man or woman People grow and feelings change as well as intentions but...

THE INVITATION - Poetry by Temitope Oluwafemi

Kéère o! Kí onílé gbọ́, kó sọ fún àlejò Let the first here tell the last there Let the right...

I ONCE SAT DOWN - Poetry by Stanley Chemweno

I once sat down And bombarded my little head Questions! questions! questions! Why the continent was under siege Friends turning...

GOODBYE ISN'T THE SADDEST WORD - Poetry by Ogbo Minister Prosper

It's not about the parting way It's about the future left unfulfilled. It's not about the goodbye to the intimacy It's...

WHEN SHALL THIS LAND KNOW PEACE - Poetry by Oluwole Oluwatobi Solomon

See how the masses are running helter skelter Like a dog pursuing a rabbit Everywhere is in shambles Masses are...

I AM THAT BOY - Poetry by Umar Yogiza Jr

I am that boy the shadows accompanying me in this dance are stinking woes that maturity can't decipher I am the...

DRUGS,  THE BLINDFOLDING REMEDY - Poetry by Daisesta Andaye

Like John the Baptist for Christ Knowledge prepared the way for the coming of freedom Then oblivious to knowledge our...

JOROMI - Poetry by Olowo Qudus

If taps are springs If horses are kings And if love is a taboo Surely! I shall overcome them for...

I AM AN AFRICAN - Poetry by Margaret Wairimu Waweru

I am an African  The air I breath is black  My hair is raven black  My skin colour is...

JOHN CHIZOBA VINCENT IS A POET OR SOMETHING LIKE A FINE WINE - Article by John Chizoba Vincent

I have learnt how to die a long time ago but death is so boring.  I have learnt how to...

WHY THE JOKER LAUGHED - Poetry by Kushal Poddar

This joke chuckles back;  a skipped pin in  the phonograph of mind,  jarring note for the rest  had he cared...

I HAVE A STORY TOO - Poetry by Eugizy

But who will listen to my story? Who will believe my words?  Who will gossip about this story?  Who will...

MISMATCHED EVENTUALITIES - Poetry by Kushal Poddar

I cannot tell one thing  from the other. Turban. Beard. Hijab. Taqiyah. Treetops. Falling buildings. I cannot discern  love for borders...

TORN HEART - Poetry by Evans Mutie

She took away my heart With only a single blush In her world, I came first All was boring but...

FLIGHT OF NO RETURN - Poetry by Shem Viki

"Gone! gone! gone! to answer  the call of nature, so why cry? My child, the innocent tears  cannot grant him...

LIVE - Poetry by Dominique Mthembu

I used to be so caught up in thoughts and dreams of how life is supposed to be My mind...

I DIED BEFORE LIVING - Poetry by Eugizy

We had dated for some weeks, I think I had not known her well, But I knew her name and...

I WRITE - Poetry by John Njoroge

I don't write every day I don't write for a pay I write what I can't say In a sophisticated...

I KILLED MY FRIEND - Poetry by Margaret Waweru Wairimu

With tears in my eyes  I write this letter  Hoping that my heart feels better  And that the regrets and...

THE MEAL OF WORDS - Poetry by Chris N John

The rock you are called O hear this  For mother nature gave the flow To make sense of phenomenal nonsense For...

THE UNSTABLE LINE DRAWN HERE - Poetry by Kushal Poddar

An unsound bell rings. “No one lives here”, screams  whoever remains semi-soporific inside. Why sleep when you can dream -  no...

SING ME TO SLEEP - Poetry by Stanley Chemweno

Sing me to sleep  Right under our favourite place Rub my head gently  And whisper to me your darkest secrets  Sing...

MISS KALOKALO - Poetry by Inufin Ayomide Dgreat

She has all it takes and is to take all you have, She will take everything till everything takes to your...

SAD LITTLE BIRD - Poetry by John Njoroge

I've heard this little bird sing Sad melodies that in my ears ring And drive my soul awake  To console...

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