Poetry: The Lazy man’s poem by Micheal Ace

The Lazy man's poem The rest of the world sleep at night The dead too, unless there are errands to run. & this is why dreamland is a clumsy place to be. But the best time to hibernate the tongue & let the nose do the snoring is early morning When the length and breadth …

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News Update: Yusuf Balogun Gemini Set To Release Lagidigba, A Yoruba Spoken Word Piece

A dance of the forest continues. A long way to the beginning, a long haul to the end. - Wole Soyinka. Sometimes, we sit by the pathway to the jungle, watching how ants gropes off in love, leaves eloping with each other in twilight, thunder uniting with storm to birth a thunderstorm. We are the …

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Poetry: Thank You, Church By Stefn Sylvester Anyatonwu

Thank You, Church I was hungry and you formed a committee and you discussed my hunger and you paid yourselves to talk about my hunger. Thank you. I was imprisoned and you crept off quietly to your churches and piously pray for my release. Thank you. I was naked and in your gatherings you debated …

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Poetry: Two Poems By Emminex Paradox

 BURNING DESIRES I. we burn down buildings like we find remembrance in embers we forget our bodies are burning cities seething with a raging inferno born by lustful desires how did the first man know he can harvest pleasures amongst the clouds sprawled on a woman's skin? lustful desires are rivers of water, strutting gleefully …

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