FWGE: Two Poems by Olopade Oluwatosin Janet

  CIAO ADIOS   And because the heart takes the form of a bottle And I can't dam a running river on my mattress.   Twice,thrice, four times Why do I care?.   I mean, How many stitches does it take to dress up In a scarf made of lemons?.   Pain allows me the …

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FWGE: Two poems by Wisdom Nemi Otikor

My kind of love   Mamuro, You stand low before the ocean and wonder how mystic it is. I do not fault you. I don’t. You do not see your eyes; how it draws me in; and this longing that builds into a storm in the crescendo of your touch. Each day, it brings me …

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FWGE: A Search For The Unknown- The Forbidden by Olayiwola Faith Adedolapo

The Forbidden   She lies in darkness Sees clearly in pain Uncertain about the future Gazes sorrowfully through the past   Her hope lays in distress No joy to call gain In a journey led by vision Until a story would again past   They walked down the street Together with thoughts of Kindness, hope …

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FWGE: Three poems by Oyekunle Ifeoluwa Peter

FANTASY   Let the water flowing down your thighs quench the fire burning in my mind till I’m lost in between my thoughts and find solace hitting on your curves. Let’s get drowned in rivers of tongues holding ourselves in between the thrust till your legs become filled with tears and I’m buried in between …

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