Mama’s Cradle by Thompson Emate

[tabby title="Poem"] Go to that ground,Where redemption will be found,Go to that place,Abide in freedom’s embrace. Open the door out of the night,Walk to the light,Don’t be distraught by the mirror,Redemption is nearer. The sun will smile at usif we...

Mosaic of Emotion by Thompson Emate

[tabby title="Poem"] Holding myself not to fall apart,I’m chauffeured by dawn’s cart,Each day with its fight,It’s a tenacious walk into light. A mysterious hand strives to reach for me,I sail on a turbulent sea,It’s a world in the dark,I search...

Township Terror by Thompson Emate

[tabby title="Poet Bio"] There is a place that doesn't go to sleep,From dawn to dusk,Nothing changes,Desire is on the run. There is a place where ambition and rivalry are birthed,Sycophants seize the day,Sing their praises and the door is left...

The Undiluted Science of Thickness by Oluwatosin Okupa

[tabby title="Poet Bio"] At home, the sun is thick.The sun is always thicker than blood.Every day, she rebels out of her waterlessshadow with a sharply pristine versionon her burning plate. Upon each wrestle,she raises the strength of her boiling pointto...

Ordinary People by Afariogun

[tabby title="Poet Bio"] …Most times we are not strange; we are just ordinary people. I don't listen.I rebelled against the norms, I am an anomalyI know you are sickened,You had enough of my folly and absurdity.Most times I kick against...