WHY WON'T I CRY | Poetry by Ochia Divine

Don't tell me not to cry Was this the life we choose to live? You came in white now in...

NO BLAME | Poetry by Enebeli Fidel

When will there be peace? If some guilty elements Point fingers of strange accusation At my innocent fellow? I'll never blame...

LETTER TO MY MOTHERLAND | Poetry by McGregorPoet

I pledged my loyalty to the president and the nation of Kenya I was ready to defend the flag of...

AKUDAYA | Poetry by Adeshina Abiodun Emmanuel

Lost souls,  Souls of the dead,  Trapped between life and death;  Because they cannot find peace.  Adunni was but a young...

DIARY OF A SORROWFUL CHILD | Poetry by Agbaje Opeyemi Esther 

In a corner he sits, weeping and rebuking his life Lamenting the bitterness he has ultimately experienced Like a happy...

3 TECHNIQUES TO LIBERATE YOURSELF BY ACCEPTING EVERYTHING | Article by Roland Ogomigo

Do you still complain about everything?  Do you whine because things don't go your way? I know you have been...

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...

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