PROSTITUTION; HER SOURCE OF INCOME | Chronicles by Vipe Salvation | PROSTIFESSIONAL SERIES

Prostitution her source of income She exposes her body to a lot of people, she experiments it so that she...

TOO MUCH TO BEAR | Poetry by MaidenJah

It feels like a heavy metal Is fastened to my shoulder, It feels like bruises Sustained from rocks. It is...

I'M A WHITE WITCH | Poetry by Kelly Juuz

Hail you havens, Hail you landscapes, Hail you monsters, Hail you fellow witches, Hail you the unknown... I come with awful...

ON STREET CORNERS SHE STANDS | Chronicles by Abunic | Poetry

The tears rolled down her eyes A fluid representation of her broken years An abusive father and an absent mother

SHE WAS A GOOD GIRL BEFORE TOO | Chronicles by Chioma Inkspires

She used to bend down to greet elders. She used to run errands for older people too until her father’s...

LIFE IS A SCAM | Poetry by Lewis Wamwanda

We struggle to keep running Holding on to tomorrow But the tags we carry Threatens to pull us back to...

WHERE I COME FROM | Poetry by Owolabi Emmanuel

Where i come from, My home is like a tree in desert, With doors and roof, but no proof of...

NOCTIPHOBIA | Poetry by Kelly Juuz

Let me sieve the world Of its deep rooted pain Over uncertainty n' riches Upon streams of blood Aiding gods aren't...

MONEY; NOT EVERYTHING | Poetry by Sahaj Sabharwal

Money can buy Food but not Nutrition. Money can buy Gifts but not Thanks. Money can buy Blanket but...

OUR HERITAGE; LANGUAGE | Article by CANP -Chidiebere Nwokedi)

In the past, children from four years of age have known and understood their languages very well but now; you'd...

LETTER TO FEAR | Poetry by Owolabi Emmanuel Akintunde & Amusa Bukunmi | Duet

Hello fear, you've held my soul you made me slow, Walking through darkness, Scared of the unknown, Wishing,dreaming, planning All...

I HAVE A FRIEND | Article by Adewara Joses

Let me tell you of a friend, one who was a mere acquaintance in the previous month. Our relationship evolved...

ALONENESS | Poetry by Afeez Oluwatamilore Alao

Let me be alone with my thoughts Than associating with bad company Being healthful alone is preferable Than to be...

ODE TO THE WORLD | Poetry by Abdul Ganiu Ajibola Bello (Crying Pen)

Ode to my teacher Who says 'education is welath' yet begs for a living Ode to my pastor who says 'Jesus...

RELIGION: BONDAGE Poetry by Lebile Melt Tosin

I'm such a fool not to know Or so been brainwashed to see I carry many names and read books

SAINT NORTH OR NAUGHT | Poetry by Kelly Juuz

In the recent, It is of pain, agony, chaos and massive corrupted corrupt-ers Saint North! is no more naught as the...

THE BLEEDING PEN | Poetry by Apetu Ezekielson

The world wouldn’t listen My tongue fumbled with the words My lips stammered the sentences My eyes scurried in from...

THE LAW OF RESPONSIBILITY - THE 5TH LAW OF KARMA | Article by Dowole Gold

"We are responsible for what happens in our lives" The law states “whenever there is something wrong in my...

JUNGLE JUSTICE | Poetry by Abdulrouf Wasiu

I was bitterly tortured of trespassing Incident of merriment cease to amaze Light turns dark in broad day light, when

PROCRASTINATION | Poetry by Jhose Emriz Gracioux | Chronicles

Here comes the last phase of this beautiful 31 days Poetry, it's a message and maybe a poem. Am dedicating...

THE HORROR NIGHT (30/31 DAYS OF GRACÎÔX POETRY) | Poetry by Jhose Emriz Gracioux | Chronicles

Nothing looks horror than last night The rain falls, everyone ran indoors. The cold chilly, as my heart sink I...

TELL IT TO THE MOUNTAINS | Poetry by Emmiasky Ojex

Tell it to the mountains tell it out loud that the world might hear Wax up the steep and rugged...

ACADEMIC TESTS | Poetry by Sahaj Sabharwal

Oh these tests, superfluous academic tests. No time to prepare for entrance tests. Difficult to store, vast concepts in mind, Oh...

YOU BE MY HOPE (29/31 DAYS OF GRACÎÔX POETRY) | Poetry by Jhose Emriz Gracioux

Mama, carry me for hand Why you dey cry? If food nor da I understand I nor go die! I no...

AGES AND TIME | Poetry by Iviero Judith Stella

I have heard tales and people say That I wouldn’t be too limited if I had a large range  of...

DEALING WITH SOME HUNGRY NIGERIA FEMINISTS | Article by John Chizoba Vincent

It seems to be the fashion nowadays for a girl to behave as much like a man as possible. Well,...

WEEP NO MORE MY UGANDAN SOIL | Poetry by Yele Nob

In hard joining feeling I watch my Uganda sob Haunt of present situation Ugandan mind Ugandan soil In much grievance with...

Ghana; Vows Of Pain | Poetry by Agbalenhrola the poet

This is more than inhumane And distorting to the mind How can we sit and fold our arms When our...

I LEARNT THE HARD WAY | Poetry by Jhose Emriz Gracioux | Chronicles

After aborting my suicide mission, I tried to face my new fate with that watchword, "Since There's Life, There's Hope" Bless and guard...

THE MISSING PEN | Poetry by Jhose Emriz Gracioux | Chronicles

The author wishes to express his condolences to Opeyemi's family for the loss of their son. also to the PEN's family be...

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