Men are Like Dresses by Andiswa Onke Maqutu

[tabby title="Poet Bio"] When I was five, I watched a seamstress make me a dress Men are like dresses, on you put the best, she said I’m measuring its size, using you to test I watched her work on a...

You and I by Mohamed Sheikh Abdiaziz

[tabby title="Poet Bio"] You and I have one thing in common Growing up in the country and herding goats Living in the city now and fermenting new schemes Reading books, not really; only the reviews Sitting in coffee shops and...

Re-Censored by Poeticus

[tabby title="Poet Bio"] Life is a drama, a play, and we all are but some characters, casts, acting the script to the denouement, our ‘dooms-day’. Sometime I wonder, what it is we have to offer, but to be feed for...

I am a slave by Morula Wa Kutukgolo

[tabby title="Poet Bio"] I am a slave for righteousness, I strive to remain right In my maker’s eyes. I am a slave For peace I press forward and pursue it. I am a slave for love Love overflowing & everlasting,...

Motivation by Lazola Pambo

[tabby title="Poet Bio"] Evil  will  never  have  power  over   Good No matter  the  sight, No matter  the  dark  mood Cruelty  will  not  triumph  for  very  long All  deeds  perish  which  have  no  sweet  tranquil  song Right  actions  always  get  to ...