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...

CONFESSION | Poetry by Debbie Lusadisu

Maybe I should confess Maybe I should tell you all the things he did to me Maybe you'll understand why

I'M RELIGIOUS | Poetry by Sam Wanjala

I'm religious  I'm neither a Christian, Muslim, Hindu, nor a Jew I'm not a pagan But what I know is...

MY SHE-FORTUNE | Poetry by John Ndilinge

From the caves of devastation  Did come dreams and torments  Missing what I thought it was to what it really...

AND I LISTENED WITHOUT A WORD | Poetry by Lewis Wamwanda

I still remember when Nancy sat at the couch Trembling with fear, shivering with cold And I had to offer...

I AM NOT A POET | Poetry by Odigili Henry

I’m just diligently scribbling feelings and emotions about poetry I don't need any simile to describe how metaphorical Imagbe Elisha...

9TEEN | Poetry by Poetic Hans

I am coming for you wiped my slate clean no more reminders of the past  or how my memories have...

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...

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...

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...

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