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One Poem By Salim Yakubu Akko 

“The Funeral of Grief” by Salim Yakubu Akko is a searchlight for wellness and stability or its remnants in a chaotic nation. The poet’s simple language is beautifully embroidered with poetic expressions. Kwaghkule, Jacob – Contributing Editor (Poetry)  The Funeral of Grief i want to…

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One Poem By Moses Victor Jassa  

“Struggle from the Wag” by Moses Victor Jassa examines alcoholism. The poet paints a vivid picture of a liquor addict with related imagery and beautiful metaphors. I am delighted to share this piece with you. Kwaghkule, Jacob – Contributing Editor (Poetry)  Struggle from the Wag I…

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One Poem By Alshaad Kara 

Alshaad Kara’s poetry is a window into broken souls. His poem, “Ictus” leaves one marveling at how pain can be beautifully woven into poetry. It is a pleasure to share this incredible piece with you. Kwaghkule Jacob – Contributing Editor (Poetry) ICTUS I filled my…

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Two Poems By The Dark Poet 

The Dark Poet’s poems- “Uninvited Guest” and “Past glory” – are lamentations of untimely encounter with death. Written in honor of victims of fate, these poems contain ‘graphic pictures’ of how people stepped out armed with hopes and dreams only to meet death. Kwaghkule Jacob Contributing…

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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,…