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One Poem By Raymond Favour 

Raymond Favour is an 18-year-old from Ito, Ika Local Government Area, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Fighting Demons This smiling face camouflages a desert of grief- a heart bleeding from cuts engineered by scalpels clinging to the hand of people I tag loved ones. You see,…

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One Poem By Joemario Umana 

Joemario Umana is a creative writer and poet, whose poem “an iroko tree with fiery beards” is forthcoming in the anthology publication of NSPP 2022. Tears is not a Metaphor for Weakness  The sleepy lantern trying to stay awake and the crickets with the frogs…

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Two Poems By Abiodun Salako 

Abiodun Salako (he/him) is a Nigerian Journalist, Copywriter, and Resident- at-Sea. In his spare time, he daydreams of Eden. Weekdays At The Home of Our Bones It’s just me and you,  drinking milk like adolescence,  frothing at the mouth with snacks,  and using our faces…

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Two Poems by Ahmed Aisha 

Ahmed Aisha is is a Nigerian poet, a computer science student at Oscotech, and an Auditor of the Association of Nigerian Authors, Osun State chapter. Program To Calculate My Grief Using C+ Language  Question: Calculate your grief using C+ language. /*a program to calculate my…

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Two Poems By Alobu Emmanuel 

Alobu Emmanuel alias Noble Alobu, believes nature holds a great deal of magic. His pieces & poems are featured/forthcoming in “agape review”, “nantygreens”, “celestite poetry”, and elsewhere. SongFlower. —for Victoria. When you sing, the Nightingale listens in a bid to steal your tunes. Songbirds flutter…

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ÀLÀKÉ By Dayò Ayílárá 

Dayò Ayílárá is a lawyer, business consultant, cartoonist, content writer, graphics designer and calligrapher. ÀLÀKÉ À-l-à-k-é, when I first gulped the litres of your beauty through the funnel of my eyes i knew I was under fire, your petrol tanker has set my wool heart…

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One Poem By Arikewusola Abdul Awal 

Arikewusola Abdul Awal hails from Shaki, Oyo state. His poems have appeared on ilamagazine.net, williwashpress.com. Teen Lit journals, and elsewhere. Paper Bird (To Father) Tell me, Is this the beginning of another end? Every morning I see your bloodshot eyes aiming at the lekeleke birds…