HOW CAN I BE SURE OF YOUR LOVE? | Poetry by Stanley Kipkorir Chemweno

How can I be sure of your love? When I feel like I'm one million miles in space my pillow...

SMARTPHONE | Poetry by Sahaj Sabharwal

What the hell ! Smartphone has made everyone enthral. It is neither fake nor a lie, Spectacles are seen on everyone's...

SING LITTLE ONE | Poetry by Mj Mohlope

Sing vocal unsung songs, little rose This village has to lie awake. Come, with little roses you were hast This...

UNSOLD BEAUTY | Poetry by Kelly Juuz

Hello, young and adults How weary is the life we live Of an African woman, I say' Prostitution painting and...

I WANT TO WRITE | Poetry by Magaret Wairimu

I want to express myself  I want to use my pen and writing pad  I want to tell you my...

VOICE FROM MY GRANDMA | Poetry by Tijan Kabbah

Amidst the clouds Above the milky way, She'd bestowed benedictions from those restless lips Tossing the blessings from such-  mortal ancestry,...

RESPECT | Poetry by Sahaj Sabharwal

Respect is the desire of everybody's mind, But is only given to people who are kind. Respect is given to those...

POLITICIANS | Poetry by Samuel Gustavo Carrasco Moore

They appeared to be the messiah And preach those sweet messages That run through our veins like old age's, Yes! We...

PLEASE HELP ME | Poetry by Saar Haywhy

Please help Me I am no longer my self It’s like something has taken over I can’t say and maybe...

A CRY FOR HELP IN TIME | Poetry by Sarala Balachandran

Suicide is not cowardice but a cry for help in time She is depressed For many reasons Lover ditched Friends left

VOTE: NOT THE CABALS BUT US | Poetry by Lebile Melt Tosin

Wailing songs of WAZOBIA nation cloud the sky Pillars of heaven were shaken Thunder crashed like walls They throw garbage...

JUST BECAUSE I AM A GIRL | Poetry by Lewis Wamwanda

Just because I am a girl, They want me to stay home Or worst still to 'cook' for someone Someone...

WHO WILL HEAR OUR CRY | Poetry by Owolabi Emmanuel

All hail the captain of the jungle Riding our lives with no permission, Our lives are no more safe. If...

MY MOTHER'S MURDER | Poetry by Pencilman

Remember when you've gone For an early intercourse. Exposing your secret garden to street men, Under the moonlight. Even when you...

DEAR GOD OF HEAVEN | Poetry by Lewis Wamwanda

Dear God of heaven, I don't know how to pray But a few words from my mouth May show the...

ONE WAY TO ETERNITY | Poetry by Naphtali Festus Adda

Lay me in your arms Let me sleep on you. Kiss me with kisses of your lips Let me dine...

THIS DEMON OF SELF INJURY | Poetry by Magareth Wairimu

This demon of self injury is killing me I'm trying to shun it But it keeps coming back To torment...

CORRUPTION, GREEDINESS AND RELIGION | Poetry by Inkspired Perky

All dwell in my belly Fighting for survival like the little lily Here in Nigeria, Unity is irrelevant Because we had...

A PIECE OF ADVICE TO WOO MEN (THE WOMEN) | Poetry by Davespeare

Girl O! Girl, lend me your ear, Take my words and let them serve you as musketeers So I can...

LETTER TO AN UNBORN | Poetry by Iviero Judith Stella

Ushered we were into the room. Years of training given to us by our silent feeders. Outrun your counterparts was...

BECAUSE I AM A BOY | Poetry by Walker Ink

I'm made to toil working out, pulling plough this I do all round the clock Because I'm a boy I can't...

FOOTPATH TO RIGHTEOUSNESS | Poetry by Ibraheem Anas Sakaba

Have faith brethren in the unseen, for HE is the knower of all. Give your allegiance to the I am that...

I'M HUMBLE | Poetry by Akapo Adebanke

I am here with my bag of shame O please do not send me away I have come because I...

STRIKE ONLINE | Poetry by Ajewumi Kenny

Tone of them is 'we will strike 'Even carpenter and bricklayer Let abandon our work And move far. Strike now become...

EVERYONE IS A PRISONER | Poetry by Gideon Everest

Days where smiles gladly hung on the faces of these youngsters Where beauty was regarded as a trait of the...

OH NIGERIA | Poetry by Mutiu Taiwo Olawale

Oh Nigeria, Nation of looters, Where promises, Abound like debris, Where Hopes, Hop around like toads. Today,we are told, Hold firmly...

PETALS OF WEEP | Poetry by Kelly Juuz

Oh, life has raped me, Life has raped me again, I thought I have made it, I thought I reached...

I WANT TO WRITE | Poetry by Lewis Wamwanda

I want to write And voice my thoughts But a problem i have Know not how to write I want to...

A SONG OF HOPE (FOR AFRICA) | Poetry by Owolabi Emmanuel Akintunde

Beside the river bank of osun osogbo, My thoughts becomes rhythmic when I see fishes dancing freely, Crossing seven seas,...

TELL AFRICA | Poetry by Edwin Olu Bestman Jr.

Her people are dead and peace is a history not recorded in their hearts; Her people have been reduced to...

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