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Two Poems by Damilola Omotoyinbo 

Damilola Omotoyinbo, Frontier XIX, is a Nigerian Creative Writer. A Fellow of the Ebedi International Writers’ Residency. Damilola got the Lolwe Classes Scholarship and was longlisted for the 2022 African Writers Awards. burnt offering i write this poem to deck the neck of my pain…

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Two Poems By Olalekan Hussein 

OLALEKAN HUSSEIN, NGP VI is an emerging poet who writes from Lagos, Nigeria, where he studies in the Arabic/Islamic institution, Darul Falah. Autopsy for Dead Flowers What name do I give everything around me that got swept by a grasping air after telling God not…

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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 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…

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One Poem by Toluwalogo Niji-Olawepo 

Toluwalogo Niji-Olawepo is a writer from Nigeria who finds expression in poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction. She is also a medical student. 219, 000 Hours 140,160 was the beginning of flowers blooming. The uprising of bending branches, heeding the call of the bright sunlight. 157,680…