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...

DIARY OF A RAPE VICTIM | Chronicles by Margaret Wairimu Waweru

The day is still fresh in my mind  As I think about it, I feel this sensation between my legs 

BRING BACK OUR GIRLS | Poetry by Umar Yogiza Jr

Five years ago, over 200 girls were kidnapped in North-East Nigeria, 160 of them were returned  all mothers and pregnant

BLACK GIRL | Poetry by Debbie Lusadisu

Go, black girl Take over the world with your  Oh so melanin-rich hands Uncover the yearnings of your heart's desire

WHAT DOES THE WORLD HOLD? | Poetry by Smith Legrande

My cheeks are getting warty, Neck too tired to hold the bewildered head, The world seems to tango, And nothing...

WHAT IF | Duet by Sammy Wanjala and Whesa

It will still linger their minds what if someday just like any other day, they will look for the piece...

LOVE - BETRAYAL | Poetry by Stacy Neema

She's beautiful and young, Her soul so strong, Her heart so wanting, Her innocence was all destroyed in a fraction,...

SHAME ON THE TIMES | Poetry by Jack M. Freedman

The favorite pastime of some poets: Calling out other poets publicly Shame on the times. When did creating a safe space

A LETTER TO MY EX | Poetry by Johnson Victor

I remember the good old days When we strolled the street hand-in-hand  Love binds us together as one like a...

SUICIDE NOTE | Akeemjamal Rollins

Life might seem really hard and you can't bear it any more...

ENCOUNTER WITH A LOYAL FRIEND | Poetry by Lewis Wamwanda

Yesterday she came, when the night was black Covered by shining spots reflecting in the waters When the earth was...

WHAT IF TO IF NOT | Poetry by Valary Jeruto

Hey, what if you tell me your name? What if I compliment on your beauty? What if I say you...

WHY DO WE LIVE FOR OTHERS? | Poetry by Kipkemoi Boniface

Sometimes I wonder 'bout this world Great things we possess but don't belong to us Have you ever realized? You...

THE LAST DROP | Poetry by Margaret Wairimu

The last drop, the last hope  The bird struggles, to quench its throbbing thirst  The reign of terror, the reign...

I HATE THE THUNDER | Poetry by Jeenioluwa

The boiling ring in me Never stops boiling me. I have learnt to fight The war of heat The war...

DADDY SATAN | Poetry by Michael Emerald

Daddy Satan grins,  the light bleeds in,  blinding and unholy  I pack my sins,  with my own sweet grin Waiting...

MY BLEEDING HEART | Poetry by Joy Coppyz

Tears grab my morning All through, I'm mourning Lost in my dark world Alone I wail Moments of silence His lies promised...

A LOYAL FRIEND | Poetry by Lewis Wamwanda

She is one loyal friend Who never betrays at all And promises she keeps Not to break one Her name is...

THE CRY OF THE SILENT ONE | Poetry by Stanley Kipkorir

Listen to the cry of the silent one The urgency in the vocals Of his muted speech  Hoping to draw...

I'M NOT RACIST | Poetry by Ogbo Minister Prosper

We have been tortured We have been killed We have been subjected to all manners of F things But they...

MONEY ISN'T WORTH ART | Article by Waters Breedlove

In almost all my life, I’ve been poor. But undeniably in every life, I was an artist. For a while...

THE GIRL SHE WAS | Poetry by Valary Jeruto

Innocent smiles, she wore Simplicity was her definition Honesty was her virtue Modesty was her worth She was just adorable Beautiful...

IF NIGERIA WERE A BOOK | Poetry by Iviero Judith Stella

I uphold all cultures  I call for six stems to look into these systems. And with the fast rise of...

LETTER TO GOD | Article by John Chizoba Vincent

Dear God, We’ve been friends even as my mother conceived me. You told her that you love me. You told her...

THE DEATHLESS DITTIES | Poetry by Emmanuel Douglas Mulomole

Beam the world with lovely deathless ditties In everywhere of the world's greatest cities The cities displaying a fantabulous story

MY LOVE FOR POETRY | Poetry by Smith Legrande

When my heart was in the obituary, When I was too wordy and dumb, When my eardrum ruptured, Because of...

5 Spoken Word Poems That Will Challenge Your Perception Of School

Schooling as defined by the diction is a type of education received in an educational institute which normally involves...

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