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...

BURYING THE DEAD  IS MORE EXPENSIVE THAN CARING FOR THE LIVING IN SOME PARTS OF NIGERIA | Article by John Chizoba Vincent

"The man that buried his father with cow and the man that buried his father with hen, each did according to their...

SOMEONE PLEASE | Poetry by Margaret Wairimu Waweru

I'm burning with pain  My tears are like acid falling on my cheeks  Burning every cell as they pass I'm...

A COUPLE OF WISHES | Poetry by Debbie Lusadisu

I wish I could make love to you I wish I could show you how much I love you I...

THE DROPPED SLIVER | Poetry by Kennylee Esupofo

Hearing the strike of the thunder The cloud seems to be moving I said to my self "am I in...

THE MIRROR | Poetry by Poetic Hans

The reflection staring back from a broken mirror. Distorted images from the shades of a broken mirror. Mirror on the wall

SHATTERED SOUL | Poetry by Sulola Imran Abiola

I see you by the corner, vying with the liquid diamonds from your eyes  I saw you by the corner,  Choosing...

THE NIGHT OF DOOM | Poetry by Isah Ahmad Sabo

The stars are sown in the gloom  of this silent sky silenced by fear. The black moon swims sadly  in the...

RANDOM MEMORIES | Poetry by Kelly Juuz

It's a beautiful wind out there.  Take a groovy cool walk, Sieve away worries. Observe the trees singing Eye the birds...

WHAT I CAN DO WITH MY LIFE | Chronicle by Mantri Pragagada Markandeyulu

Although, the mother of Rhea knew well that her daughter had two hearts by birth, she kept quiet for quite...

EMERGE | Poetry by Pam Dankins

I’m standing in the rain That’s showering the world and me That’s cleansing me from my deceitful lies Behind my...

GOING ABROAD DOES NOT AUTOMATICALLY MAKE YOU SUCCESSFUL | Article by John Chizoba Vincent

Back then in 2014 during my Polytechnic days, I had one man in the village asked me this question:

SHINE YOUR LIGHT | Poetry by Saar Haywhy

We've been called to be the light of the world. We've been told that we are still safe We've been...

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 | Chronicle 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...

CONFESSION | Poetry by Debbie Lusadisu

Maybe I should confess Maybe I should tell you all the things he did to me Maybe you'll understand why

I'M RELIGIOUS | Poetry by Sam Wanjala

I'm religious  I'm neither a Christian, Muslim, Hindu, nor a Jew I'm not a pagan But what I know is...

MY SHE-FORTUNE | Poetry by John Ndilinge

From the caves of devastation  Did come dreams and torments  Missing what I thought it was to what it really...

AND I LISTENED WITHOUT A WORD | Poetry by Lewis Wamwanda

I still remember when Nancy sat at the couch Trembling with fear, shivering with cold And I had to offer...

I AM NOT A POET | Poetry by Odigili Henry

I’m just diligently scribbling feelings and emotions about poetry I don't need any simile to describe how metaphorical Imagbe Elisha...

IT’S A CRIME TO BE POOR HERE | Article by John Chizoba VIncent

The other day I was listening to Olamide’s song “Poverty Die”. The chorus got me, it went into my veins,...

9TEEN | Poetry by Poetic Hans

I am coming for you wiped my slate clean no more reminders of the past  or how my memories have...

THIS IS THE FUTURE | Poetry by Inufin Emmanuel

I tried to figure my speech using figures of speech, Ladies and gentlemen, follow my thread without missing a stitch. This is...

AFRICAN WOMAN | Poetry by Esther Andaye

Silent is her voice, Trying to keep low, for talking is a taboo, But when given a chance to speak...

DEPRESSION | Poetry by Saar Haywhy

You've seen me walking haphazardly like a lunatic You've seen me talking to myself on the road You've seen me...

POETRY MY CAUSE | Poetry by Stanley Kipkorir

It goes by the name poetry I'll never complain about symmetry  Because with it, it feels so right The morning...

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