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...

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...

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...

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...

MY MEMORIES ABOUT YOU | Poetry by Stanley Kipkorir

I reminisce how your skin used to be so smooth and chrome And your teeth milky white Arguably colourful in...

WHY DID YOU DIE | Poetry by Magaret Wairimu

You said you were stronger  you would be okay  even promised to come home  So why did you die?  Why...

INTROVERT | Poetry by Ogbo Minister Prosper

I am that introvert Tagged good for nothing Called a slug Just because of my trait. I am that introvert Whom...

I HAVE A BROKEN BIRD IN MY HANDS | Poetry by Akwana Wa Odera

So i met this girl Who says she loves me But I think I'm just an object She's infatuated in

I FEAR FOR MY LIFE | Poetry by Mumu Da Poet

As I open my eyes to see another day, Fear also opens a shelf in my room, I am trapped...

HUMAN AND SISTERS | Poetry by Rachel Stephens

Human and sisters, are you ashamed of our now? eradication of dissimilar appearance astonishes reflection, disturbs the perception. media movie model what now are we in, that we must...

THERE'S LOVE IN THE AIR | Poetry by Inufin Ayomide Dgreat

There's love in the air, The feeling is crystal clear to our eyes, There's love in the air, Truly, true...

HELP ME TELL HER | Poetry by Poetic Hans

I got these feelings feelings that come about  I understand these feelings tell the truth they never lie feelings between...

HELP ME FIGHT FGM | Poetry by Esther Andaye

You claim you are helping, But are you really  sure? Is your conscience right? Is this the same thing you...

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