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Two Poems by Fatihah Quadri Eniola 

Fatihah Quadri Eniola writes from Nigeria. She is a member of HCAF (Hilltop creative arts foundation), Black Girls’Tales, and Nibstears Poetry Cave. Tango Drip by drip,  the world trickle into a body of water. The drops  echo in the tranquil air, ventilating the  amused hearts…

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Two Poems By Bisola Bada 

Bisola Bada is a Business Psychologist and writer from Nigeria. She writes about the intersection of life, beauty, love, and everything in between; she writes especially for the girl child. I forgive myself in pleasing patriarchy I am a sinner but I forgive myself because…

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A Poem By Thadeus Emmanuel 

Thadeus Emmanuel is a writer, poet, and critic. He is a student of Economics at the Taraba State University, Jalingo, Taraba State. The Poem My Mother Used to Write Me Tell me,    have you ever        watched your mother, on a cold afternoon—       …

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One Poem By Olayioye Paul Bamidele 

Olayioye Paul Bamidele is a writer and a student of mass communication. His works have appeared or forthcoming in Spillword, Lunaris, Artlounge, Afreecan, Ice Floe, Terror House, and elsewhere.  Everything Names Me everything names me – grief, pentecostal babel, spittle gun,  vodka speech on the…

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One Poem By Adamu Yahuza 

Adamu Yahuza is a budding poet and spoken word artist from Kwara State, Nigeria. His poem, ‘Catalogue of memories’ has been nominated by Oneblackboylikethat Review for 2023 best of the Net Prize. A stranger once knocked on our door & went with my voice watch…

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A Poem by Fatihah Quadri 

Fatihah Quadri is a Nigerian Poet, creative writer, and literary critic. She is a member of the Hilltop Creative Arts Foundation. She writes from Ibadan, Oyo State. Dear heathen I would have loved to speak to God in your name, You were overdone That your…

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One Poem By Meshack Ifada 

Meshack Ifada is eighteen years. He is an aspiring poet from Nigeria with works in Brittle Paper, Spill Words Press, Jalada, and elsewhere. Principle of Water & it is true; the fruitlessness of washing the knees. I know what i please to not be deliverance….

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A Tribute by Benyeakeh Miapeh 

This soulful tribute to Abunic Sheriff whose works Eboquills had previously published is moving. Benyeakeh Miapeh writes from the heart, lamenting a talent snatched too soon by death. We pray that the soul of the departed finds rest. A Broken Lament For Abunic  you told…