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A Poet Dies by Nkwana Joshua

[tabby title="Poem"] there’s no death like a bleeding poetwhose lungs are a shieldwinged to rescue otherson a blank pageon stageevery time he breathes,his tears are drenched on mudto cover open gravesof the ones who hug the sunwith broken wings there’s...

The Power of Creation by Baleseng Mfolo

[tabby title="Poem"] As I take a walk around in nature;I tend to ask myself;What can I compare to the beauty of creation?It must be something with inner beauty;It must be something with taste;It must be something with deep restorative power;It...

Diamond by Paula Puolakka

[tabby title="Poem"] Time is limited.What do I do with mine?What will I leave behind?Did I cherish or violate the Earth?What is my special skill?Am I driving people insane, or am I making them happy?Am I like Peter who had the...

Isolated Vodka by Zela

[tabby title="Poem"] ISOLATED VODKA: Last night I diedI cried and I cried and I criedI drowned all my pride and I criedand I cried and I criedI tripped over half a bottle of vodkaDid a U-turn on my bedWhere all...

Fallen by Gameedah Riffel

[tabby title="Poem"] I died once. My wings fell offAs I was carried further and further down. My light extinguishedAs I slowly became a part of the ground. Withering away until I was no moreWith only one particle left,That particle being...