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The Morning After by Twanda Rolle

[tabby title="Poem"] Shattered glass Strewn down the roads Some parts blood stained Molotov cocktail was served But bullets could not stop the protest The morning remembered last night The left over anger From the burnt buildings It screamed from the...

Seasons by Motswalo Manasoe

[tabby title="Poem"] The bloom of flowers The smell of nature I awake to a happier life It is fruitful Of course, it is Spring. Geographically unending days The longest of them all Hours at lazy motion An ocean as a...

Poetry Seen: Titilope OPENS Johannesburg

Spoken word and literature enthusiasts will get an early festive season present after award-winning Nigerian Poet, Titilope Sonuga added Johannesburg to her highly anticipated Open Tour which also includes Edmonton, Calgary, London, Lagos and Abuja. The spoken word and music...

A Poem A Day Writing Prompt 20 November 2018

1 rule: SUBMIT YOUR BEST WORK "Seven gifts I owe myself" use the form below to submit [gravityform id="2" title="true" description="false"] For more info about A Poem A Day click here

Black branches by Geoffery Mwanza

[tabby title="Poem"] A chunk of mold- melting flesh dangles from his torso. And in the distance, a plague of Corvus perch on black branches, peering through the black smoke. Curious children join the agitated crowd that is gathered in the...