MY SISTER'S BODY | Poetry by Jeremy Karn

Puberty is out and the clocks on the wall are watching how the day flies into graffiti.   Father sings...

TALES OF AN ENDANGERED SPECIE | Poetry by David Adejumo

I must find my way home, to a desolate land wasted and polluted by man and his deforestation I must find...

WHEN LIFE ENDS | Poetry by Pencilman

When a man is visited by death He gives no alert nor date, His visitation comes without information Million homes...

WHAT LOVE IS TO ME | Poetry by Lewis Wamwanda

The fact that we don't talk daily And even rarely meet Or laugh all night long Does not mean I...

SOMEDAY | Poetry by Reagan Mumo

Someday I will be gone, All my memories will be forgone, My body will be sprayed with chemicals, In our...

MONEY | Poetry by Esther Andaye

“I promise to keep my word, Change I will bring, not just by words of mouth but by actions” Two...

Natured Beam | Poetry by Jeenioluwa

Awaked by your graceful gaze, I realized the growth of beauty in me Laughing hard in field grazed Feeling the...

LARGE RESULTS IN A LITTLE | Poetry by Sahaj Sabharwal

Large numbers of rain drops, Results in a little water body . Large quantities of water, Results in a little...

VENAL | Poetry by Thomas Ayomide Lyttletom

Oh! What a failure is the globe - Even when corruption is being probed All nations are being robbed  Justice! Cried...

IF MEN WERE GODS | Poetry by Iviero Judith Stella

If men were gods Witchcraft would be highly sought for Chief priest with doctorate degrees Able God would not shower...

WHAT IS DEPRESSION? | Poetry by Margaret Wairimu Waweru

Depression is waking up early in the morning  Planning to brace yourself with happy memories  But on trying to step...

YOU WILL EXIST IN A FLOWER | Poetry by Jarrod Lacy

To me, you will exist in a flower That is where you will be, May E., until I become a...

HISTORY LIED TO AFRICA | Spoken Word Poetry by Gombilla The Poet

Gombilla takes you on the journey of history takes his audience back tot the roots, when it was colonialism and...

WOMEN | Poetry by Michael Nichol Kamara

They are nieces ‘ girls ‘ sisters ‘ cousins In totality, they are women Women of substance ‘ with strong voice 

MINE WAS NOT LOVE | Poetry by Lewis Wamwanda

The fact that we met and talked The phone calls we made till late nights Laughing till dawn catches up

OGUNU SHAME ON YOU | Poetry by Reskk Andy Brayne

Ogunu! Ogunu!! Ogunu or whatsoever you call yourself How many times have I knocked on the doors of your shameful...

I SUMMON THE GODS | Poetry by Kelly Juuz

Oh gods of my land, Amangwu, I summon you all now' I'm tired of untruthful truths Told by the toads...

I WILL NOT LET AN EXAM RESULT DECIDE MY FATE | Spoken Word Poetry by Suli Breaks

The educational system of the world has consistently been failing us and many parents tend to constantly chase the kids...

KNOCK KNOCK | Spoken Word by Daniel Beaty

Daniel Beaty recounts on his life with a game he used to play with his Dad, KNOCK KNOCK and how this aids...

HOW DOES IT FEEL NOW? | Live Performance by Akua Naru

Wordsmith Akua Naru gives us an exclusive live performance of "Poetry: How Does It Feel Now???". A sensually exquisite, jazzy...

CRY NOT, LITTLE ONE | Poetry by Emmiasky Ojex

Cry not, little one! Your father may have been hit trying to gather bills to pay for your vehicle’s time...

THE RING | Poetry by Mumu Da Poet

Eyes in my pockets, Feet's on my toes, These planets snakes, are hovering in my eyes, Smelling leaves of fear, Rejection...

IF I WERE A POET | Poetry by Ntando Dumani

If I were a poet Maybe I would find expression For these voices nagging me Conversations with phantoms Groping in the...

SALLY CAN'T WAIT | Poetry by Lauren McNamara

The week I spent with saints and victims in a renovated salon Not often you get to see this kind...

MY MONEY HAS BEEN ACTING FUNNY LATELY | Spoken Word by Poetri

My Money has been acting funny lately by Poetri on Def Poetry Have you watched?

The Executioner by Favour | Spoken Word Poetry

“Don’t tell me you want peace when you train me with bombs and guns and ammunition…. Save me, for the...

BLACK | Spoken Word by Arch Angel

Enjoy this spoken word poetry made by Arch Angel on YouTube Post originally appeared...

ONLY GOD CAN JUDGE | Chronicles by Ilesanmi Seun

I strongly believe that while my parent wake me up every morning and like daily chastity instructions given to a...

IF I WERE GOD | Poetry by Tijan Sanutee Kabbah

If I were God, I'd known better and instead of rivers they would've been lakes, a content for the azure's...

WASTED YEARS | Poetry by Prisca Aniemeke

  Trying to fit in a crowd you don’t belong to, Craving for the approval of others, Turning into someone you’re not, Just...

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