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,...

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...

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...

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...

THE MUSIC OF MY STREET | Poetry by Tunde Olowu

I'm not here to sing lullabies that sweetens the endolymph,      But to echo threnodies of dirges to the...

7 DAYS A WEEK TRAVAIL | Poetry by Sulola Imran Abiola

MOURNday  I mourn the fading away Of the value of my certificate  Since it seems not  To be working for...

ONE RELIGION - ONE GOD | Poetry by Sahaj Sabharwal

It's human vision, Which created division, Behind which there's no reason, Even God is divided, it's Religion.  Truth is one, God...

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...

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...

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...

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

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...

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