FWGE: Things We Do For Lust by Olabisi Akinwale

THINGS WE DO FOR LUST (Male version) Across this border is a pathway Where girls lost their footings to those things men do for lust Things like hiding behind flowers, music and poetry To turn butterflies into gardens eating girls Like laying bricks with devil's art To reach the towers of babel in a maiden's …

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FWGE: Three Poems by Muhammad Yusuf Musa

Her Eyes Her eyes that resembles Sky in the mid-spring evening Her eyes that sparkles Like diamond And glitters like gold In them I’ve caught glimpse Of life and hint of hope Her eyes that holds a shore Of melancholy washed away By tears of ecstasy Her eyes that shame stars And belittle moon In …

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FWGE: Two poems by Alawonde Femi With Translations

UNE LETTRE  à  MON AMOUR cherié, je ne suis pas un farceur. oui, je ressemble à un, un flirt chronique, flirtant avec beaucoup de femmes mais maintenant je suis sérieux, je peux pense bien   et je sais que je t'aime. oui, toi, je t'aime. ne pense pas que c'est un mensonge si je dis que …

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FWGE: Segilola Eleyinju Ege by Fawole Immanuel Taiwo

1) SEGILOLA ELEYINJU EGE I give a meticulous gaze into the wood. I see sundry trees, But I have not discerned the best as Iroko. Copious leaves has my mouth harboured, But none pleases its tastebud as the bitterleaf. Into the jungle do I give a stare, My optical nerve relays to my brain That …

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