WRITER’S MISERIES AND NIGHTMARES: DESTRUCTIVE CRITICS | Article by John Chizoba Vincent

There are many devils who called themselves critics but they critique to kill. They deliberately kill young and blossoming talents...

BROKEN | Poetry by Oscar Hamunali 

I wonder If you asked permission from God before you took my innocence. broke my heart in pieces. watch the...

I AM NOTHING LIKE YOU | Poetry by Enzy Art

A devilish smile on your face, pure terror in your gaze Dear dad, I'm nothing like you, All my life...

ART OF SCULPTURED SILENCE | Poetry by Lyon Tariko

Deep echoes of silence shouts, Thoughts so dark, Emptiness inside, a great warmth, The ink droplets of sadness Refills in...

THE FIRST TIME | Poetry by Margaret Wairimu Waweru

The first time my boyfriend hit me   I remember, I was making lunch  We were arguing about a stupid...

OH AFRICA | Poetry by Davies Seun

Oh Africa! Great is thy land Enriched with economic resources  That'll foster growth and explorations. We are Africans, We are...

SUICIDE NOTE | Poetry by Ochia Divine

Have you seen her? She just dropped a suicidal note That she shall return no more She went away with...

A MORNING IN HELL | Poetry by Joy Coppyz

A morning of weakness Full of mourning Unending bitterness Rage all through A morning of weeps Tears of revenge Wishes of...

I FOUND SOLACE | Poetry by Lewis Wamwanda

I remember days ago, those doomed days  When depression was a reflection of my soul  And my eyes were painted...

LETTER TO DEATH | Poetry by McGregorPoet

African or American They say East or West Home is the best But fortunately in the South and North pole,...

WRITERS MISERIES AND NIGHTMARES: REJECTION | John Chizoba Vincent

Since 2016, I've had these three magazines (I will likely not mention their names here) that I have been submitting my...

PICK ME UP | Poetry by Adeshina Abiodun Emmanuel

Dear God, Of all flesh  Shall all flesh not return to thee? If so, shall this flesh return to thee...

ETHNICITY AND CORRUPTION IN NIGERIA | Article by Olaseni Kehinde Precious

Nigeria is a country blessed with milk and honey. It enjoys equilibrium weather condition, soil good for farming, mineral resources...

OUR PLEA FOR TRUTH | Poetry by Aniemeke Prisca 

We want to know  as the common people  what goes on up there among the aristocrats while we blubber about...

REVENGE | Poetry by Sulola Imran Abiola

For everything  That has been collected  I wish I got it back Even if it means my last breath My soul...

BE GRATEFUL HE LEFT YOU WITH A BROKEN HEART | Poetry by Simelane Amanda

Better you cause he left you with a broken heart than me who he left a child with  We were...

MATRIMONIAL SLAVE | Poetry by Agbaje Opeyemi Esther

A beautiful woman she has become  Awesomely unique body she has attained  Radiant in sexiness is her appearance  Like a...

IN HOT WATER | Chronicle by Adeniji Kunleola

The weather was hot and I just had to stop by for a bottle of chilled coke not after this long...

WHAT IF TOMORROW NEVER COMES? | Poetry by Praise Okwuchi

What if tomorrow never comes? What if you do not have the opportunity to see your love ones again? What...

THE GIRL BEHIND THE MASK | Poetry by Margaret Wairimu Waweru

The girl behind the mask is sad  This girl's heart is always bleeding The girl is constantly weeping  She has...

FATAL ERROR | Poetry by Adeniji Kunleola

The sweats travel through the wrinkles on his face As he pushes his cart at a slower pace His weak...

TEACH ME | Duet by Sammy Wamjala and Whesa

I thought what I thought was right, Little did I know,  I had to be taught to be thoughtful, full...

RAPED | Poetry by Poetic Hans

It is like I want to do this But you don't want to do this And I have to do...

WRITER’S MISERIES AND NIGHTMARES: BOOK PUBLISHING | Article by John Chizoba Vincent

Lord Of The Flies by Williams Golding was once rejected 20 times before it was published, the legendary John Le Carre’s...

THE MUSIC OF MY STREET | Poetry by Tunde Olowu

I'm not here to sing lullabies that sweetens the endolymph,      But to echo threnodies of dirges to the...

7 DAYS A WEEK TRAVAIL | Poetry by Sulola Imran Abiola

MOURNday  I mourn the fading away Of the value of my certificate  Since it seems not  To be working for...

ONE RELIGION - ONE GOD | Poetry by Sahaj Sabharwal

It's human vision, Which created division, Behind which there's no reason, Even God is divided, it's Religion.  Truth is one, God...

DERAILED MISSION | Chronicle by Mantri Pragada Markandeyulu

Generally software people, who ones leave India for career sake, never return to India.  People get settled somewhere in some...

THE GHOST'S EPITAPH | Poetry by Janet James

The grave heralds    the tamed voices    of lone spirits. Every step    Beguiles the envisioned steep    To...

YES I DO | Poetry by Lewis Wamwanda

I still remember the kisses we kissed Under the watch of the moon and stars As we danced against the...

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