Three Poems By Inimfon Inyang-Kpanantia
Inimfon Inyang-Kpanantia pours himself unreservedly into these three poems; “sky as a portrait of rebirth”, “Papa”, and “Three Dreams and a Thing or Two on an Entomology”. It is such a delight to share these beautiful poems because they are so personal, yet so relatable….
One Poem By Liberian Poet, Benyeakeh Miapeh
“Listen” by Benyeakeh Miapeh is an erudition about the complexities of nature. It urges humans to pay more attention to the sounds of nature. This Liberian poet avers that there’s positivity in the ways of nature, most of which man often makes negative conclusions about….
One Poem By Judith Maikaho
Judith Maikaho, through her poem “Before It’s Too Late,” views the world through eco-critical lenses. Her poem is cautionary because it sends a strong warning note to all abusers of Earth and Mother Nature. I am very happy to share this work with you. Kwaghkule,…
One Poem By Olowo Qudus
Olowo Qudus’ poem is a representation of a thousand dreams and their point of convergence. It depicts the fate(s) of sojourners, the stories they string along as they journey, and the trouble of the road. Olowo Qudus does a good job at capturing the most…
One Poem by Agboola Abidemi Kaothar
“Mystery” by Agboola Abidemi Kaothar puzzles the reader with philosophical submissions. It presents what often was thought of but was never so well expressed as Alexander Pope puts it “…how water finds serenity in the stomach of a coconut is a mystery…” It is an…
One Poem By Liberian Poet, Aloysius S. Harmon Jr
In “Essay of a Broken Boy,” Aloysius S Harmon Jr writes in a melancholic tone that evokes sadness and provokes reflection. He narrates the misery that befalls victims of war and the suffocating uncertainties the survivors must deal with. In this poem, a broken boy…
One Poem By Anderson Moses
Anderson Moses has succeeded in breaking conventionalism in traditional poetry. His poem “I will Re-teach my Tongue how to Remember a Boy” is brewed with originality by which a modern but old story of sadness, grief, and pain is unveiled with mastery. Kwaghkule, Jacob –…
Two Poems By F. O. C. Ikwuemesibe
These two poems by F.O.C Ikwuemesibe are rich with relatable imageries that provoke reflection on the COVID-19 pandemic and environmental consciousness. Each line reverberates with a certain tenderness that is difficult to name. I am very delighted to share these beautiful pieces with you. Ehi-kowoicho…
One Poem By Benue-born Poet, Samuel Nyiyongu
“Final Respect” by Samuel Nyiyongu is a microcosm that encapsulates the nuances surrounding burial ceremonies among the Tivs of Benue State, Nigeria. It laments and lampoons the neglect most old people suffer in their lifetime only to be given a warm recessional welcome when they…
One Poem By Abrahim Bah
In this poem, Abrahim Bah chants a dirge for unrequited love and the incessant turbulence of a love affair, especially such as have the weight of the romance resting too heavily on one lover. Clearly, the poetic persona, a victim of a one-way-traffic love, is…
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my poem "A Travelogue: The Grief & Ruins Outside our Walls" is now published on Eboquills. @eboquills
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