Poetry: Dying Slowly By Michael Ifeanyichukwu Akuchie

I want to burn like a cigarette and distribute pieces of my body to the earth like weightless ash. I want to burn slowly, how often do you hear of poets fading away quickly? I forget that you have watched too many of my kind struggle to hold happiness in their arms like a baby. …

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Poetry: Spiritual Songs; A Trilogy by Adeniran Ogooluwa Joseph

Out Of Bound: [For people living out of revelation] This world is coming to an end,soon; Just watch how it cloud your eyes into a dirge song-- & how it could befall on your chest like a wall broken for autumn, Because soon: you will feel not your body again, You will run into houses …

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Poetry: The Thing That Screams At Night By Micheal Ace

By Micheal Ace In my mother's house We are warriors on a battlefield But we don't know what our enemies look like. There are ways to fight battles with the unseen: - do not miss a word from the scripture, - do not let an old woman touch your head, - break your tongue into …

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