Author: Dami Ajayi

Tuesday Poem by Chibuihe Obi

after two swigs of absinthe, i yield myself to the philosophy of grief and...

Tuesday Poem Special by Emmanuel Iduma

I have tried to be a magician crossing seven seas and oceans, having reputed...

Tuesday Poem by Umar Abubakar Sidi

Things Poets Do Bad poets do not see poetry as light or the illuminated...

Tuesday Poem by Akin Akinwumi

Five Haikus 1. I put down the year Like a mad dog. Once welcomed,...

A Poem by Yemi Soneye: Christmas Special

Christmas on a Street A girl holds herself out of the window like a...

Tuesday Poem

After Making Love After making love we hear footsteps, familiar thuds; bodies entwined, souls...

Tuesday Poem by Ayomide Owoyemi

HOPE Wherever the heart seeks is home. Back home we had no hope, Hope,...

Tuesday Poem by Efe Ogufere

DANCING i this woman’s body is not a home, beautiful broken things do not...

Tuesday Poem by Peter Akinlabi

A Failure of Speech A surfeit of light throws Dark images onto the walls–...

Tuesday Poem by Adetoun Samiat

Worship (for Olamide’s lover) Your body is my religion: god is your neck, god...