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Blue Nites – Purple Days by Samuel Azubuike Duru

In my nites on the glue I was engulfed in the blue midnite blues …no conciliatory hues no vindicating clues no balmy ointment for my wound’s treatment no teddy to cuddle it was chagrin and hurdle midnight grumbles. I was...

Private Property by Morula Wa Kutukgolo

Take care, Don’t tear me down. Solid and standing You found me, You have no idea How much love went into making me. Him who made me, Says I am his private property. Him who constructed me, Says I am...

Beautiful Woman by Morula Wa Kutukgolo

[tabby title="Poem"]Beautiful woman! Borrow me your hair, Long and smooth, So I can also look beautiful. With heels let me attain your height, And perhaps like you stand out. Stand still, Let me carefully study you, So I can master...

afrika history month

say it loud, i’m black and i’m proud! black history month started as negro history and literature week in 1920. in 1926 it was changed to negro history week. it was championed by Dr.  Carter E Woodson, co-founder of the...

Inability to Express by Annique le Roux

I have failed to explain describe say Too many times to count. To what did this amount I remember fallen crumbs remainders of my meal nourishment. The coffee warm in my hand Change in my pocket jingling as I stand...