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All on the Inside by Thompson Itedjere Emate

[tabby title="Poem"] You talk, I listen,You advise I hear all,You ask if there's for me to say,I say nothing,For nothing I indeed have to say,You worry I say nothing,How can you understand me?How can you comprehend my strivings?The extent of...

Closer than I Knew by Thompson Itedjere Emate

[tabby title="Poem"] I sought for Himin the chambers of His House,The closer I get,The more troubles I see,The nearer I approach,The complexities that surround,Confused and distraught I was,Disillusioned and dismayed I wondered,Where else to find Him,Where else to find respite...

THE UNTOUCHABLE BY E.T.H. AINA

[tabby title="Poem"] All hailthe jewel of inestimable valueof our government. Untouchable, unchallengeable wrongdoersVagabond-tycoons, noble tax evadersRent-free occupants of our land,enemies of our cropsDevourers of our farmers and commutersNightmare of our women. All hail the herdsmennot all herdsmenbut violent herdsmen. [tabby...

Home As A Body Of Water by Emmanuel Ojeikhodion

[tabby title="Poem"] When I remember home, my body floats into grief. I'm unstable. A river of memories gushes from my head. Here, in this city, I'm alive & well but sometimes, I like to think I'm a lonely boat freezing...

I the World by Oveecee

[tabby title="Poem"] What strange love you proclaim, when my boundaries you reclaim.You preach freedom to the world, but my flow has been walled.Don't ask me why I changed, I was pure till I became stained.You toss me Plastic, oil, poisons...